Coast Guard Rescues Three Off Fishing Boat

SEATTLE (AP) — The Coast Guard reports that it rescued three Washington state men from a sinking fishing boat after the vessel hit a jetty at the exit to Grays Harbor.

Coast Guard petty officer Shawn Eggert says a 47-foot motor lifeboat crew from Station Grays Harbor was dispatched to the 69-foot fishing vessel Haeshin after receiving a distress call at 7 on Monday night.

Eggert identifies the men as Gary D. Cortner, of Tacoma; Beunthoeun B. Toun, of Seattle, and James timothy Maupin, of Westport.

No injuries were reported.

Eggert says an HHH-60 helicopter crew from Air Station Astoria, Ore., also was sent to the scene.

Eggert says no further details were immediately available about the fishing boat.