Just before 5:30pm Sunday, a thirty two foot cabin cruiser got in trouble off Captain’s Cove after hittong a buoy and started taking on water. Fire department received the call from the Coast Guard, their estimated time of arrival was 45 minutes. Fire Department’s Ladder Seven, Eleven and Battalion Chief’s vehicle responded with their marine rescue boat. Bridgeport Police also responded with a marine unit and assisted the boat in pumping the water out of the boat. The boat in trouble was reported to be a the mouth of the harbor entering Captain’s Cove. Rescue five was also scene and departed for a propane grill fire at 258 Horace Street, homeowners threw the tank in their pool when fire department arrived. By 5:52pm Sea Tow had the boat in tow to Black Rock Harbor. Special thanks to Doc Wight for the photos and other contributions to this story.