Twenty-two fishermen were dramatically rescued on Sunday morning, minutes before their vessel sank in the waters of the South Pacific. 

The FV Marielle, a purse seine fishing vessel owned by the Caroline Fisheries Corporation in Micronesia, put out a distress signal on Saturday night after one of its enginest caught fire and the boat began taking on water. 

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