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searching for two Rhode Island men and a dog after they went missing while sailing to Virginia

JAMESTOWN, R.I. (WHDH) - U.S. Coast Guard Northeast rescue crews are searching

for two Rhode Island men and a dog after they went missing while sailing to Virginia.

 

40-year-old Ryan Hollis left Jamestown on his 43-foot Benneteau sailing boat the “Carol K” on Oct. 23 for Norfolk, according to the Coast Guard on Saturday. His ultimate destination was Miami.

 

On Sunday, the Coast Guard said they are also searching for Joshua Kane Cairone and Louis, the Frenchie, after a Facebook post shows them together 14 miles south of Newport.

 

Urgent marine bulletins are being broadcasted along the eastern seaboard and aircrews are up searching, according to the Coast Guard.

 

searching for missing sailing crew

 

 

 

Anyone with information is urged to call the command center at 617-223-8555.

 

 

 

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Source : 7 News Boston 

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