COAST GUARD SAVES CREW OF SINKING FISHING TRAWLER LANGLEY DOUGLAS EAST OF CAPE CHARLES

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Crew of the fishing vessel Langley Douglas gives a thumbs-up after being rescued by Air Station Elizabeth City personnel 60 miles east of Cape Charles, Virginia, Sept. 11, 2017

COAST GUARD SAVES CREW OF SINKING SHIP EAST OF CAPE CHARLES

The crew of the fishing vessel Langley Douglas give a thumbs-up after being rescued by Air Station Elizabeth City personnel 60 miles east of Cape Charles, Virginia, Sept. 11, 2017. The helicopter crew rescued the 5 crew members of the Langley Douglas after severe weather caused their ship to take on too much water and sink. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Air Station Elizabeth City)

Marinetraffic.com reports that the latest position of the vessel is now listed as “stopped”. The vessel was listed as 155 tonnage, 24.87 m x 7.32, built in 1979. Latitude / Longitude: 38.94905° / -74.90692°

The fishing trawler Langley Douglas. Photo courtesy of Marinetraffic.com