An MH-65 Dolphin like this was one of several U.S. Coast Guard assets launched Tuesday, Jan. 31, to search for a missing diver off Islamorada in the Upper Florida Keys.
An MH-65 Dolphin like this was one of several U.S. Coast Guard assets launched Tuesday, Jan. 31, to search for a missing diver off Islamorada in the Upper Florida Keys. File photo by David Goodhue/The Reporter and Keynoter
An MH-65 Dolphin like this was one of several U.S. Coast Guard assets launched Tuesday, Jan. 31, to search for a missing diver off Islamorada in the Upper Florida Keys. File photo by David Goodhue/The Reporter and Keynoter

A diver disappears off the Keys and the Coast Guard is searching

February 01, 2017 5:05 AM

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