posted on Jun, 11 2012 @ 08:06 PM
I was watching ABC news when this came in. The initial response was pretty big, they originally asked for one or two helicopters for transport to the
hospital and ended up asking for all that was available. This allegedly happened about 17 miles off the coast of Sandy Hook, NJ. There was an S.O.S
that came in from the yacht, from the news report, it took about an hour from the call to when the Coast Guard actually arrived.
Upon arriving, they saw no signs of debris, people, or lifeboats. Now it might have been a hoax....For such a big response, considering they were
thinking mass causalities, I think this is very odd. The article also says the person called from a solar powered phone....
Was this just a stupid prank that shouldnt have happened, was this to see how certain departments would respond? Or was this a way to move everyone
away from an area so something can be set up? I know, I know, dont think too hard, everything is not a conspiracy, but how often does this
What does the lovely Ats think? I will definitely be looking for more updates, all I know is the search is still on, but no signs yet
(visit the link for the full news article)
I wanted to add that it was 21 people stranded and 7 injured with 2 rafts if I remember correctly. So no people, rafts, or yacht debris were found as
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