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HOUSTON - A 45 year-old man was medevaced by a Coast Guard Air Station Houston helicopter rescue crew Sunday morning, after he was found unconscious aboard a boat approximately 76 miles off the coast of Cameron, La. Official Coast Guard video by Air Station Corpus Christi.

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Date Taken:05.5.2013

Date Posted:12.22.2013 9:50PM


Video ID:317936



Location:HOUSTON, TX, USGlobe

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