Coast Guard Terminates Voyage of Fishing Vessel

Thursday, February 12, 2004
Coast Guard Station Quillayute River boarding officers terminated the voyage of the fishing vessel Yun Ye Sunday evening due to flooding. Boarding officers found flooding in the engine room in several locations and in the steering space of Archie Jorgenson, 64, of Bellingham, Wash., fishing vessel. The fishing vessel will not be allowed to leave the La Push marina until the repairs are completed and inspected by the Coast Guard.
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