- Associated Press - Sunday, September 21, 2014

GRAYS HARBOR, Wash. (AP) - Coast Guard crews have rescued two boaters and a dog who were found clinging to their overturned vessel in the water near Westport, Washington, on Saturday.

A crew aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Sea Lion spotted the three while on routine patrol of the waters.

They launched a small boat to rescue the 52-year-old man, a 50-year-old woman and their dog. The people were treated for signs of hypothermia and taken to the Coast Guard’s Grays Harbor station.

The Coast Guard says the survivors were wearing lifejackets. They declined medical help.

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