Coast Guard Searching Buzzards Bay After Mayday Call

The U.S. Coast Guard continues searching Buzzard's Bay for a possible boater in distress.  The Coast Guard began searching last night when faint mayday calls were received over the radio.  The mayday call was received twice over a 20 minute period, and efforts to establish communications with the speaker failed. 

Coast Guard spokesman Andrew Barresi tells WXTK News in addition to the cutter and motorized lifeboat that searched Buzzards Bay all night, the Cutter Shrike and a fixed wing aircraft deployed from Air Station Cape Cod have joined the search.


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