The Coast Guard made an incredible rescue of a fishing crew under harsh conditions, then released a dramatic video of the rescue on its Facebook page.
It took place in Juneau, Alaska, on Sunday, when the Coast Guard received a distress call from a disabled 32-foot fishing vessel in Bristol Bay, USCGNews reported.
The video was released Thursday. It shows guard members being lowered from an Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter in 35-mph winds and 5-foot seas, according to USCGNews.
Watch the daring rescue below:
Alaskan Rescue35-knot winds & 5-foot seas? No problem! An air crew from U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak rescued three people from a disabled fishing vessel in these conditions earlier this week. The mariners were transported safely back to shore.Read more about this case: http://goo.gl/tnasbZ
Posted by U.S. Coast Guard on Thursday, September 17, 2015
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