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Responding to M/V Hunter stranded off Cap-Haitien, Haiti, June 13, 2013

An electrical storm looms over the horizon June 13, 2013, as the Cutter Northland responds to stranded Haitian-based merchant vessel Hunter 23 miles off Cap-Haitien. During an electrical storm, the Northland collaborated with the Haitian Coast Guard and Cutter Oak to anchor the Hunter and safely shuttle its 15 crew ashore. (U.S. Coast Guard photo)



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This work, Responding to M/V Hunter stranded off Cap-Haitien, Haiti, June 13, 2013 [Image 1 of 4], is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.12.2013

Date Posted:07.04.2013 15:49

Photo ID:966304

VIRIN:030613-G-XX999-001

Resolution:4288x2848

Size:4.78 MB

Location:OFFSHORE CAP-HAITIEN, US

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