Coast Guard searching Myrtle Beach waters for two missing NC boaters
Foreground: The lacking boaters, Background: The boat they went lacking in. (Supply: USCG)
Picture of the boat they went lacking in. (Supply: USCG)
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – The U.S. Coast Guard is looking the ocean off Myrtle Seashore for 2 boaters who went lacking from Oak Island, North Carolina on Sunday.
Coast Guard crews, Navy air crews, and associate businesses are actively looking for Steve Chaney and David Hambrick of Gaston County, North Carolina, in accordance with a USGC information launch. Crews are looking for the lacking boaters within the ocean from Charleston to Myrtle Seashore.
The boaters obtained underway aboard a 22-foot fishing boat at about eleven:30 a.m. Sunday from the South Harbor Boat Ramp in Oak Island, the discharge states. The partner of one of many males contacted the Coast Guard after they didn’t return by darkish as anticipated.
Coast Guard crews from Charleston are relieving North Carolina Crews to proceed the search, officers said.
Anybody with info on their whereabouts is requested to name the Coast Guard Sector Charleston at 843-740-7050.
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