"Well it's just such a natural area. So you know we love the shrimp and just to have the natural seafood and fishing here. It's a big part of living here. So the concern with the oil gas getting out is big."
8. Various of capsized cargo ship
9. Woman taking photo
10. People on pier
11. Sakile Flowers, Brunswick, Georgia resident:
"It's like a big event for us in this area. Everybody's been coming around and talking about it so. It's just a spectacular thing honey for it to happen just like this so close to the pier. But we're hoping that you know everything will turn out OK. Especially after the guys get you know getting rescued and everything."
Coast Guard rescuers pulled four trapped men alive from a capsized cargo ship Monday, drilling into the hull's steel plates to extract the crew members more than a day after their vessel overturned while leaving a Georgia port.
All four were reported as being alert and in relatively good condition and were taken to a hospital for further evaluation.
Three of the South Korean crew members came out in the midafternoon.
The fourth man, who was trapped in a separate compartment, emerged three hours later.
The rescues followed nearly 36 hours of work after the Golden Ray, a giant ship that carries automobiles, rolled onto its side early Sunday as it was leaving Brunswick, bound for Baltimore.