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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — Two people were rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard in Miami after their fishing boat capsized and sank hundreds of miles from Key West.

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The names of the two people rescued late Wednesday were not released in a statement issued Thursday by the Coast Guard in Miami.

The pair was rescued from a life raft more than 250 miles from Key West after they were forced to abandon their fishing vessel, Hawaii Five-1.

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The two survivors were brought to Key West International Airport, where local emergency medical services attended to them.

Coast Guard officials said they had not suffered any major injuries.

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