Coast Guard rescues 4 in Cape May
CAPE MAY, N.J. - October 13, 2013 -- Four people were rescued from a disabled sailboat about one mile offshore from Cape May.
The New Jersey Coast Guard say they made the rescue Saturday after noticing the boat was not moving and was pointed out to sea which was unusual in the given conditions.
The rescuers towed the sailboat and its passengers into the Cape May Inlet, where they were passed on to a commercial tow boat.
No injuries were reported.
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