Search For Missing Pt. Pleasant Fisherman Called Off


A U.S. Coast Guard HH-65C Dolphin helicopter from Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City takes off during a three-day Aeropsace Control Alert CrossTell live-fly training exercise at Atlantic City International Airport, N.J., May 24, 2017.

Share this article: Coast Guard operations are inherently unsafe and servicemembers face risks every time they launch a search-and-rescue mission. With him was crew member Dennis Smalling.

The sister of one of the crew, Milene Oliveira, thanked the public for their prayers and the Coast Guard for searching for her brother, Paul Matos, 30, of Bayville.

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Twenty minutes later, the third mayday came in but the Coast Guard couldn't get in touch with the boater and no other information was given with the distress call, making it hard for searchers to pinpoint a location.

A fishing boat helping in the search found possible debris several hours later.

The cold temperatures making it unlikely someone could survive this long.

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On Jan. 31, the Coast Guard said, the fishermen, including Capt. John Zimmerman, departed from Safe Harbor in the Mayport area in a 34-foot fishing vessel "Jessie K".

"The boat was positioning about 42 miles off the coast of Manasquan". Crews responded to the call but were unable to establish communications.

Any mariners who discover any items related to the fishing vessel are being asked to contact Sector Delaware Bay watchstanders at 215-271-4940.

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