WINCHESTER BAY, Ore. — Six people were rescued from a sinking boat on the Oregon coast early Friday.
KEZI-TV reports that the U.S. Coast Guard saved them from a 24-foot chartered salmon fishing boat.
Five people were wearing life jackets while another held onto a floatation device in the 60-degree water.
All were taken to a pier and evaluated by emergency medical services.
A man has been rescued after falling 800 feet down the sheer walls of Crater Lake National Park, the caldera of a dormant volcano in southern Oregon.
It had been hit with a hard wave across the bow, which broke a window and flooded the boat.
The Coast Guard was assisted by two other civilian boats that were nearby.