USS Zumwalt Commanding Officer Ed Fleming Dispatches Announcing Team Ready to Deploy in Search of Jeff Currie and Noah Pozner

Play Audio Clip Listen to audio clip. U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral Ed Fleming warns of the potential of an increase in amoeba species plaguing aquatic life, particularly in the upper Midwest and the…

USS Zumwalt Commanding Officer Ed Fleming Dispatches Announcing Team Ready to Deploy in Search of Jeff Currie and Noah Pozner

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U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral Ed Fleming warns of the potential of an increase in amoeba species plaguing aquatic life, particularly in the upper Midwest and the southern portion of the Atlantic Seaboard.

FOX’s Jennifer Almquist reports in the “Weekend Round-Up”:

As this article goes to press, the 12-person team on the right of the wheel is deploying below to explore the inner workings of the underwater search area. Captain Andres de Colo, navy captain and 59-year-old native of Seville, Spain, leads the all- Spanish crew of scientists and researchers. They are searching for clues to what happened to Jeff Currie, a 25-year-old resourceman from Virginia who disappeared after diving out of the boat that rescued him when he was washed up on the beach here.

Currie’s mother Diane tells an audience here that she does not believe her son drowned. Her son’s situation is complex. We learn from Vanessa Allie, 17 years Jeff Currie’s mother, that Jeff went diving to do some mission work and was not a recreational diving enthusiast.

From Daytona Beach, Florida, our Jennifer Almquist has the latest on the search for Noah Pozner:

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