Firefighters in Jacksonville put out a fire after two docked shrimp boats caught fire early Tuesday morning near Ocean Street. Both have sunk.
Crews worked to put out the blaze since before 4 a.m. and eventually put out flare-ups around 6:30 a.m.
The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department called for an investigator to find out the cause.
Some people near the boat were checked out for smoke inhalation but no one was taken to the hospital, firefighters told Action News Jax's Beth Rousseau.
The Triton II of St. Augustine and the Iris Marie were involved in the fire.
Units from Naval Station Mayport are assisting JFRD. The Coast Guard is also monitoring the boats to reduce pollution impacts with salvage crews.