Ferry crashes into jetty, at least 4 injured

Ferry crashes into jetty, at least 4 injured

Ferry crashes into jetty, at least 4 injured

A ferry boat crashed into a jetty in Hyannis Harbor, Massachusetts a little after 9.30 p.m. EDT Friday, injuring six people.

Although the ferry Iyanough can hold up to 400 people, it was only carrying 48 passengers at the time the incident occurred. Hyannis Fire tells Boston 25 News that 48 people are on the boat and four people have been injured.

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The Coast Guard said it was notified of the crash at 10 p.m. and since then Coast Guard surface assets from Woods Hole, Chatham, and Brant Point have responded along with helicopters from the Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod.

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According to the Coast Guard, the ferry reportedly started taking on water and the Coast Guard is responding to the scene. They will also work with the Steamship Authority to assess the damage to the Iyanough and ensure safe navigation in the area.

High-speed ferry IYANOUGH, IMO 9375719, GT 563, built 2007, flag United States of America, operator Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority.

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