Tuesday, September 11, 2012
To continue the search for Maryan Lisovich after sunset would not increase the likelihood of finding him, a Coast Guard spokesman said.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Terry Date
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
The Coast Guard was to continue searching for missing kayaker Maryan Lisovich, 23, of Lynn, until sunset Sunday — 7 pm. After that time the water search was to be suspended, Coast Guard spokesman Sean Carroll said at about 6 pm Sunday night. To continue searching for the kayaker after dark would not increase the chances that the Coast Guard would find and rescue him, the spokesman said. The maritime service went all out in its search for the missing 23-year-old from Lynn. The search started about 24 hours ago, on Saturday. Today, Sunday, the Coast Guard search operation included two MH-60 helicopters and a Falcon Jet. The service had a cutter and two other search and rescue boats in the operation. In addition, there were state police, …
Saturday, September 8, 2012
The search continues for the Lynn man, according to the US Coast Guard.
The US Coast Guard received a report about 8:40 pm that the missing 23-year-old's kayak was located at Eisman's Beach with the oars stowed, said US Coast Guard Lt. Garrett Meyer. The search continues for the man, and, unless he is located, the search will continue through the night, the lieutenant said. "We are not ruling anything out, the search will continue," he said. Swampscott police said the man is from Lynn. He shoved off from Fisherman's Beach Saturday at 4 pm, the Coast Guard said, and he was due back in an hour and a half at 5:30 p.m. Authorities received a report that the man had not returned to Fisherman's Beach at 5:30 p.m., and this report triggered the search. Easiman's Beach is east of Fisherman's Beach, on the other side…
Friday, September 7, 2012
The kayaker was due in at Fisherman's Beach about 5:30 p.m, according to police.
The Coast Guard, police and firefighters are searching for a kayaker along the shore in Swampscott and surrounding towns. The kayaker was due in at Fisherman's Beach about 5:30 p.m., said Swampscott police Lt. Tom Stevens. A Coast Guard helicopter with a search light has been flying along the shore looking for the kayaker. The helicopter was still searching as of 8 p.m. Police, including officers from Swampscott, Lynn and Nahant, and firefighters are invoved in the search, as well, he said. Swampscott Patch will report more information as it becomes available. Sign up for Swampscott Patch’s daily newsletter, “like” us on Facebook and “follow” us on Twitter to get news, blogs, announcements and events. Want to share your opinions with …
As of late last night the Coast Guard, police, state environmental police and firefighters were searching for the 23-year-old from Lynn. The search was to continue through the night and into the day.
Shortly before midnight Saturday authorities were searching the water and shore for missing kayaker Maryan Lisovich, 23, of Lynn. The search was to continue through the night and into Sunday, said Lt. Garrett Meyer, the command duty officer at Sector Boston Command Center. The man's girlfriend reported him missing in a 911 call about 5:30 pm Saturday. About 7 pm his blue kayak was found at the waterline at Eisman's Beach with the paddle in it. It was unclear if the kayak had washed to the shoreline or been dragged there, the Coast Guard spokesman said. The Lynn man shoved off from Fisherman's Beach in his kayak about 4 p.m. to go fishing. “He was reported to be in a blue kayak; no shirt, no lifejacket and red swim trunks,” said Lt. …
Monday, July 23, 2012
Firefighters, police officers, the harbormaster and Coast Guard crews searched the shore and waters off Swampscott on Sunday afternoon for an hour and a half finding no sign of a missing swimmer.
Reports of a possible missing swimmer in choppy waters at Eisman's Beach Sunday about 2 pm prompted a water, air and land search. The search was called off after 90 minutes when searchers found no evidence of a missing swimmer and received no report of anyone missing, said Swampscott Fire Capt. Remo Zimbaldi. A lifeguard at Eisman's Beach reported the possible missing swimmer, the captain said. A swimmer had been swimming off the beach from buoy to buoy. At one point the lifeguard looked out and did not see the swimmer, the captain said. Recreation Director Danielle Strauss said the lifeguard did a sweep of the beach and did not see any indication that the swimmer was still there. To err on the side of caution, the lifeguard reported a …