Rescue crews are searching for two missing fisherman after their boat sank 10 miles off the coast on Nantucket Monday night, the Coast Guard.
A helicopter and other Coast Guard units found a debris field in the area and are still searching. As of late Monday night, the two other crew members remained missing.
According to a Coast Guard news release, at roughly 6:10 p.m., the district command center received a distress call regarding the Misty Blue, a fishing boat carrying four crewmembers.
Two Coast Guard aircraft and multiple ships were diverted to search for the Misty Blue.
The rescued fishermen were transferred to the Coast Guard Cutter Steelhead.
Members of the Coast Guard told Boston 25 News that the massive water search continued overnight, and the air search will resume at first light.
The Misty Blue is normally tied up in Fairhaven.
Another fishing boat was able to save two crew members and the two other fishermen have not been seen since.
The Misty Blue is a commercial fishing vessel, according to New Bedford port's database of vessels.
New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell said city officials are tracking the search and rescue effort.