The U.S. Coast Guard came to the rescue of an injured 62-year old man and tended to the others on his boat after it ran aground Saturday near Barnegat Light.

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Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay received a report Saturday through one of their channels that a man from a grounded boat needed medical attention, according to a statement from the U.S. Coast Guard.

The 62-year old man had suffered injuries to his ribs and arms after the 33-foot pleasure craft ran aground in the Oyster Creek Channel, near Barnegat Light.

The Coast Guard said that they sent a crew on a 29-foot Response Boat-Small from Coast Guard Station Barnegat Light to assist the boaters and a Special Marine Information Broadcast was then issued for the area.

After the injured boater was tended to on scene, the Coast Guard said that the boat-crew moved him to Station Barnegat Light and then from there EMS, brought him to Jersey Shore Medical Center for additional treatment.

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