Two dead bodies have been found aboard the "Silja Europe" in the morning of Oct 20, 2019, in the port in Tallinn, a 25-year-old woman and a 21-year-old man. There was no connection between the cases. They were found in various cabins that were not close to each other. The woman was found at 3 a.m., the man at 5 a.m. Police and ambulance were called when one dead person was found by another traveler. There were no signs of violence on the bodies which will be autopsied. It will take several weeks for the results to be ready. The "Silja Europa" departed from Tallinn in accordance with the timetable at 12.30 p.m.
The "Hulin" was detained in Beirut at the request of the Interpol Headquarter in France, which was investigating a probable involvement of the tanker in calling at a sanctioned terminal in Libya in 2016. The vessel was allowed to depart Beirut on Sep 25, 2019 and berthed in Huelva on Oct 4.
A Coast Guard aircrew medically evacuated a 28-year-old man in the morning of Oct 18, 2019, off the ‘Alaska Ocean,’ which was operating 15-miles west of Coos Bay after he experienced chest pains and seasickness. Watchstanders at the 13th Coast Guard District Command Center were notified at 3:15 a.m. A constant communication schedule was established between the sector and the fishing vessel. At 6 a.m., after conferring with the duty flight surgeon, the sector dispatched an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew. The rescue crew arrived on scene at 9 a.m. and began hoist operations to transport the man. The aircrew brought him to the sector’s air base and taken to hospital for further care.
Regarding the arrest of the 'Svyatoy Georgiy Pobedonosets' on Sep 20 in Durres, an agreement was reached and vessel was released. The vessel discharged the cargo and sailed from Durres on Oct 13, bound o Azov, ETA Oct 21.
The US Coast Guard medevaced a man off the 'Adventure of the Sea' 118 miles southeast of Atlantic City, New Jersey, in the night of Oct 17. District Five watchstanders received notification via satellite phone at approximately 6:20 p.m. that a man aboard the cruise ship had experienced symptoms of a stroke and was in need of medical assistance. Watchstanders consulted the duty flight surgeon who recommended a medevac. A Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City MH-65 Dolphin helicopter aircrew was launched and medevaced the man while a Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City HC-130J Hercules aircrew provided support. The man was transported to awaiting emergency medical services personnel at Air Station Atlantic City.