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HOUSTON -- Coast Guard rescue crews saved four people from their sinking fishing boat five miles off the coast of Freeport, Wednesday morning. A crewman aboard the sinking vessel contacted Sector Houston-Galveston at 1:55 a.m. stating that their 29-foot fishing vessel the Meat Hog was five miles off the coast of Freeport and was taking on water with four people aboard. Official U.S. Coast Guard audio clip.



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Date Taken:08.01.2012

Date Posted:12.13.2013

Category:B-roll

Audio ID:35277

Length:00:00:18

Filename:1312/DOD_101050998.mp3

Location:HOUSTON, TX, USGlobe

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