The U.S. Coast Guard rescued three people Wednesday from the water about 2 miles south of Boca Chica after a Cuban migrant ship with nearly 30 people on board sank in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.

Earlier, U.S. Border Patrol officers, along with support from Monroe County Sheriff's Office personnel, responded to a migrant landing on Stock Island. Four Cuban migrants were able to swim to shore, but indicated there were at least 23 other individuals on the vessel.