Catfish Fleet 32 Aground on Sabine Jetties

Friday, September 24, 1999
A 406 MHz EPIRB alert was detected for 66-ft. F/V Catfish Fleet 32. The F/V was aground on the Sabine jetties and its crew was firing flares. Within 20 minutes, the vessel sank. A Coast Guard Station (CGSTA) Sabine utility boat (UTB) recovered all four crewmembers in good condition.

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