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Crew of fishing vessel stranded on Cocos Island now on Guam

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The six member crew aboard the Take Maru 55 is now in Guam. They were forced to seek shelter at Cocos Island after their vessel ran aground outside of Cocos Lagoon off Malesso. According to Guam Fire Department Spokesperson Lt. Ed Artero their Rescue boat from Agat left at 6:15 this morning to retrieve the crew and brought them safely to the Merizo Pier. Artero said they did not suffer any injuries. The U.S. Coast Guard is assessing the situation.

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