Coast Guard Rescue Dog From Sinking Vessel

September 2, 2022

A  32ft vessel was observed sinking in Riddell’s Bay, and the “Coast Guard were dispatched and rescued a dog from the vessel,” local officials confirmed.

A Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre spokesperson said, “Thursday 1st September, 12:15 pm – A member of public contacted Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre to report the 32ft vessel Carver Montego observed sinking in Riddell’s Bay.

“The Coast Guard were dispatched and rescued a dog from the vessel, the caller also believed there was a cat onboard, but no cat was found.

“It was also noted that oil was leaking from the vessel and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources DENR were contacted, who requested the use of absorbent pads to assist with the clean up of the spill.

“The search for the true owner of this vessel is ongoing, and the dog has been handed over to the dog warden.”

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  1. puzzled says:

    Well I bee dog gone.

    Were the “Coast Guard” more interested in saving a dog that can swim or the vessel leaking oil et al in the bay.
    Talk about ‘riddell’s.