A U.S. Coast Guard crew around the weekend rescued a gentleman who was floating on a makeshift raft off Vital West.
The compact boat crew located the 41-yr-previous man in close proximity to Fort Zachary Taylor State Park at about 3 p.m. Saturday.
The gentleman, who was not determined, experienced no foods, water or radio with him.
He was taken to the Decreased Keys Health-related Heart. His affliction was not offered Monday.
The Coastline Guard mentioned they did not take a official report and launched what they experienced on the incident on Saturday by using Twitter and Fb.
The company on Saturday posted they had rescued the man, “due to basic safety of lifestyle at sea problems,” and added the hashtag, #BoatSafe.
“That is all the information and facts we experienced,” mentioned Coast Guard spokesman Petty Officer Jose Hernandez in Miami, when requested for a report.
Hernandez reported the male experienced no major health-related accidents when the Coast Guard crew discovered him.
“He was just a little sunburned,” he claimed. “We have not held up with him because then.”
The Coastline Guard are unable to release the man’s title due to the fact he was medically addressed, Hernandez stated.