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A replica of the historic ship HMS Bounty, right, sails past a lighthouse, center, as it departs Narragansett Bay

Coast Guard still searching for captain of HMS Bounty

ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. — The Coast Guard says it has found one of the missing crew members of a tall ship that went down off the North Carolina coast, but she is unresponsive.

Lt. Mike Patterson said crews are taking 42-year-old Claudene Christian to the hospital. The Coast Guard is still searching for the captain of the HMS Bounty.

The ship began taking on water and the crew had to abandon it about 5 a.m. Monday in the rough waters churned up by Hurricane Sandy. The 14 other crew members were rescued.

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