Coast Guard: Woman jumped off Bainbridge-Seattle ferry; rescued
By The Associated Press
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The. Coast Guard says a woman has been rescued from Puget Sound waters Tuesday afternoon after reportedly jumping off a Seattle-bound ferry.
Petty officer Katelyn Tyson says the report of the woman jumping into the water from the ferry Wenatchee came in around 1:45 p.m.
She was found 40 minutes later by a Coast Guard response boat.
A ferry small boat and Seattle and Kitsap County authorities also looked for her
The Seattle Fire Department says the woman was in her 40's and transported to Harborview Medical center after being taken to the Coast Guard station.
The ferry she was in was traveling from Bainbridge Island to Seattle.
Last modified: September 10. 2013 9:10PM