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Abandoned panga found near Pacific Beach

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The 20-foot fishing vessel was located shortly before 6 a.m. on the beach in the area south of Crystal Pier. Lifeguards were at the scene, but a rescue response was not warranted, a City of San Diego spokesperson said. Pangas, low-lying fishing boats with outboard motors, are frequently used by smugglers bringing people into the U.S. illegally.
Published 2 months ago · Pacific Beach, United States

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