NAHANT, Mass. - Coast Guard crews have recovered a missing diver off the coast of Nahant.
The Coast Guard tells Boston 25 News that a call came in around 10 a.m. Saturday for an "overdue diver" roughly one mile south of Nahant. The captain of charter boat Keepah said the 37-year-old diver did not surface when expected.
Boat on far right “Keep-ah” is a commercial scuba boat that the diver went out on pic.twitter.com/aRB9RRO4iO— Julie Leonardi (@JulieLeonardiTV) October 20, 2018
Search boats were launched, as well as air crews and the State Police Dive Team.
Soon after, Beverly Fire dive crews recovered the missing man. He was brought unresponsive to Seaport Landing Marina in Lynn where he was transferred to awaiting emergency medical personnel.
.@USCGNortheast crews along with local agencies are searching for an overdue diver one mile south of Nahant. #USCG crews from Station Boston & Station Point Allerton are responding along with aircraft from Air Station Cape Cod.— USCGNortheast (@USCGNortheast) October 20, 2018hant Police Dept. (@NahantPolice) October 20, 2018
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