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B-roll of a Mexican diver being evacuated by the crew of an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter from Coast Guard Sector San Diego, after the diver suffered decompression sickness on Guadalupe Island in Mexico. Scenes include the Coast Guard crew bringing the man out of a village surrounded by mountains, the MH-60 Jayhawk landing and medical personnel pulling the rescued man out of the helicopter to transfer him to the hospital. Produced by PADET San Diego, Petty Officer 3rd Class Henry G. Dunphy.


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Date Taken:02.19.2010

Date Posted:02.19.2010 5:11PM

Category:B-Roll

Video ID:79530

VIRIN:100219-G-0694D

Filename:DOD_100064367

Length:00:02:10

Location:GUADALUPE ISLAND, MX

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