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A Coast Guard crew rescued 25 people from a panga that had been adrift for three days off the coast of San Diego County.

The Crew on USCG Cutter Tern responded to reports of the panga about 100 miles offshore of Point Loma Friday morning, according to Petty Officer Alex Gray.

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The panga had 25 adults on it; 23 Mexican nationals and two Guatemalan nationals, Gray said. They told USCG officials they were at sea for approximately three days.

The panga passengers were brought back to San Diego and turned over to the custody of U.S. Customs and Border Protection at around 5 p.m., according to Gray. None of the passengers were injured.

@USCGPacificSW #BravoZulu to the #USCG Cutter Tern crewmembers for rescuing 25 persons from a stranded boat about 100 miles west of Point Loma on Friday morning. The passengers were stranded for approximately three days when a good samaritan notified the #CoastGuard #SanDiego pic.twitter.com/WZnrQv88cn

Source : https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/national-international/coast-guard-rescues-25-from-panga-adrift-off-san-diego-shore-for-3-days/3346381/

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