Destin, Florida (WKRGMore) — The U.S. Coast Guard showed solidarity on Sunday, January 15, in response to a distress call 40 miles off the Destin coast.
A 39-year-old male crew member of the ship No Pressure suffered a heart attack-like illness at sea, according to a press release.
At approximately 11:15 AM, a helicopter from the Mobile Training Station in New Orleans and a boat crew from Destin Station were dispatched and quickly arrived at the boat.
The Destin USCG crew arrived at the ship and decided to return the patient to shore by boat.
The man was taken by ambulance from Destin station on Sunday afternoon and was in stable condition at the last check.
https://www.wkrg.com/northwest-florida/okaloosa-county/u-s-coast-guard-rescues-man-having-heart-attack-symptoms-40-miles-off-destin-coast/ US Coast Guard rescues man with heart attack symptoms 40 miles off Destin Coast