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Coast Guard aids fishing vessels, saves 35 tons of shrimp Wednesday

A 47-foot Motor Lifeboat crew from Coast Guard Station Tillamook Bay tows the fishing vessel Granada to Garibaldi, Ore., April 24, 2013. The vessel was carrying 20,000 pounds of shrimp when the vessel became disabled. (Photo by GJ Castro)



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This work, Coast Guard aids fishing vessels, saves 35 tons of shrimp Wednesday, by PO1 Shawn Eggert, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.24.2013

Date Posted:04.25.2013 18:29

Photo ID:915232

VIRIN:130524-G-ZR723-001

Resolution:1920x1147

Size:1.48 MB

Location:ASTORIA, OR, USGlobe

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Coast Guard aids fishing vessels, saves 35 tons of shrimp Wednesday

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