Seven Rescued by Coast Guard on Savannah River After Boat Crashes into Jetty
2 May 2021
Seven people were rescued Friday night after their 25-foot boat ran aground into a jetty in the Savannah River, the Coast Guard announced in a press release Saturday.
Coast Guard Station Tybee watchstanders were called by the owner of the boat stating he had run into the south jetty of the Savannah River with seven people aboard.
According to the press release, the station sent a 29-foot response boat to the scene and received five people from the distressed boat. Then a Coast Guard member went onto the distressed boat to help its remaining passengers get rid of the excess water.https://www.military.com/daily-news/2021/05/02/seven-rescued-coast-guard-savannah-river-after-boat-crashes-jetty.html