A capsized aluminum boat sits in Narrows Marina after being towed there Wednesday afternoon by Destiny, the Tacoma Fire Department rescue boat. The sole occupant of the boat was able to safely swim to shore.
A capsized aluminum boat sits in Narrows Marina after being towed there Wednesday afternoon by Destiny, the Tacoma Fire Department rescue boat. The sole occupant of the boat was able to safely swim to shore. Kevin McCarty KIRO-TV
A capsized aluminum boat sits in Narrows Marina after being towed there Wednesday afternoon by Destiny, the Tacoma Fire Department rescue boat. The sole occupant of the boat was able to safely swim to shore. Kevin McCarty KIRO-TV

Passing train crew helps rescue man whose boat capsized in Tacoma Narrows

June 07, 2017 02:53 PM

UPDATED June 08, 2017 05:12 PM

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