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COLD BAY, Alaska - Petty Officer 3rd Class David Call, a health service technician with Kodiak-based Rockmore King Clinic, assists an Alaska Juris crewman on an Air Station Kodiak HC-130 Hercules airplane in Cold Bay, Alaska May 10, 2012. The Hercules aircrew provided a medevac service for three Alaska Juris crewman who were reportedly exposed to ammonia on the vessel. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Jonathan Lally.

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Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak aircrews and Cold Bay clinic personnel assist an Alaska Juris crewman aboard a Kodiak-based HC-130 Hercules airplane in Cold Bay after he was exposed to ammonia on the vessel May 10, 2012. An MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew hoisted three men from the fishing vessel and transported them to Cold Bay where the Hercules aircrew took them to Anchorage for further medical care. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Jonathan Lally.

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Lt. Cmdr. Nathan Kendrick, an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter pilot, helps Cold Bay clinic personnel get an Alaska Juris crewman off the helicopter in Cold Bay May 10, 2012. The Dolphin helicopter crew who are forward deployed on the cutter Munro were able to hoist the three Alaska Juris crewmen who were exposed to ammonia and transport them to Cold Bay. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Lt. Lane Steffenhagen.

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