HYANNISPORT, Mass. — The Latest on a ferry crash in Massachusetts that left several people injured (all times local):

3:30 p.m.

Authorities say a total of 18 people were injured after a high-speed ferry struck a jetty in Hyannisport, Massachusetts, and began taking on water.

The ferry Iyanough hit the jetty and grounded on the rocks at the Hyannis Harbor entrance Friday night. The vessel serves a 26-mile (42-kilometer) route between Nantucket and Hyannis.

Hyannis acting Fire Chief Dean Melanson said Saturday that 15 people, of the 18 who were injured, were taken to the hospital. The other three people injured underwent evaluations that did not require them to be hospitalized.

Melanson says none of the injuries are life-threatening.

Steamship Authority general manager Wayne Lamson says it’s not completely clear how the crash happened. Authorities are investigating.


1:15 p.m.

Fire officials have updated the number of people injured to 13 after a high-speed ferry struck a jetty in Hyannisport, Massachusetts, and began taking on water.

The ferry Iyanough hit the jetty and grounded on the rocks at the Hyannis Harbor entrance Friday night. The vessel serves a 26-mile (42-kilometer) route between Nantucket and Hyannis.

Hyannis Fire Capt. Bill Rex told The Boston Globe on Saturday that 56 passengers and crew members were removed from the boat. He said he had no reports of life-threatening injuries.

A Cape Code hospital spokeswoman said the injured had been treated and released by noon Saturday.


4:30 a.m.

The Coast Guard says at least six people were injured when a high-speed ferry struck a jetty in Hyannisport, Massachusetts, and began taking on water.

The ferry Iyanough hit the jetty and grounded on the rocks at the Hyannis Harbor entrance around 10 p.m. Friday. It serves a 26-mile route between Nantucket and Hyannis. There were 48 passengers, 6 crew members and 3 food service workers on board the vessel at the time of the mishap.

The Steamship Authority says bad weather, strong winds and choppy seas are believed to have contributed to the grounding of the Iyanough,

The Coast Guard says rescue crews worked into the night to transfer passengers and ferry crew.


1 a.m.

The Coast Guard says at least four people were injured after a high-speed ferry struck a jetty in Hyannisport and began taking on water.

The ferry Iyanough hit the jetty and grounded on the rocks at the Hyannis Harbor entrance around 10 p.m. Friday. It serves a 26-mile route between Nantucket and Hyannis.

The Coast Guard says rescue crews will work into the night to safely transfer passengers and ferry crew. They also will assess the ferry’s damage.

The ferry is operated by the Woods Hole, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority, connecting the Massachusetts islands with the mainland. It can hold up to 400 people.