On Sunday evening, a U.S. Coast Guard and several other maritime-affiliated agencies were dispatched to a near-Atlantic after a news came in per a blank teen who was pronounced to be in a waters only off Cape Charles, Virginia. The teen was final seen struggling in a stream in a waters only off Cape Charles pier.
At 6:30 p.m. Sunday evening, officials from a North Hampton Police Department contacted a U.S. Coast Guard in Cape Charles after there were reports of a masculine nearby a Cape Charles fishing post who settled he was in a H2O attempting to help a 15-year-old masculine battling a severe stream and perplexing to get behind to shore. It is misleading if a teen came from a vessel in a H2O or from on shore.
A response exaggerate from a Coast Guard outpost in Cape Charles and an Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter are now en track to a final reported plcae of a blank teen. Emergency responders from a internal Cape Charles Fire Department and a Virginia Marine Resources Commission are also in corner operation with a Coast Guard.
By Alex Lemieux
NBC 12 Richmond: Coast Guard acid for blank teen off Cape Charles
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