F/V Knot Crazy sinks in Nushagak Bay

Boats in the Nushagak District. June 21, 2020. (Izzy Ross/KDLG)

The F/V Knot Crazy sank Sunday night in the Flounder Flats area of the Nushagak Bay. Coast Guard Petty Officer Nate Littlejohn told KDLG that Alaska Wildlife Troopers recovered the vessel Tuesday afternoon. There are no reported injuries at this time.

The Coast Guard was notified of the accident Monday morning and is currently investigating the situation. It is also checking for any “potential pollution impacts.” Littlejohn says as of Tuesday afternoon, there were no reports of visible gasoline or “sheening” on the surface of the water. 

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