Listen to The Record of the Exploded "Blind Date"

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The USCG has released a record of the distress call that prompted an wide search and operation for rescuing and mass casualty receptions regions to be set up following a reported yacht explosion off the coast of New Jersey, and what you are going to hear is nearly unbelievable.
USCG Vessel Traffic Service New York has received the distress call on VHF channel 14 at nearly 4:20 p.m., Monday, June 11, statement from the master of the yacht “Blind Date”. On the record, the man reported the ship suffered an explosion and was taking on water and went into substantive detail on the extent of what had happened specifically reporting that there were twenty-one people on the board of the yacht with 9 injured people, 3 casualties and 20 people in the water. After that the man told that he was going to stay by the radio as long as he could, but the ship has lost power and was quickly taking on water so he had to move to a solar-powered radio. He went on to give the position of 17.5 n. m. east of Sandy Hook, N.J.
"I will go ahead and say that this wasn't a joke call made by some pranksters." The caller has known specifically what he was doing, but why?
The USCG offers a $3,000 reward for information that could lead to the arrest and prosecution of the man that is responsible for making the false distress call. The USCG said on Tuesday that the call has probaby came from land, from either southern New York or New Jersey.
The response to the call hsa been estimated to cost more than $318,000, moreover it doesn't include the cost of triage and amublance stations that were stood up along the shoreline.