Three people and a dog were rescued after a commercial fishing boat struck a jetty at Manasquan Inlet early Saturday morning and began taking on water, according to the Coast Guard. The captain of the 44-foot Miss Kathleen intentionally grounded the vessel on Dog Beach, about 60 feet outside the channel, after the 2 a.m. crash. The Coast Guard is monitoring the salvage of the partially submerged boat and reported that the craft is loaded with 800 gallons of fuel. Booms have been placed around it in case of a leak, but no signs of a leak have been detected, the Coast Guard noted. Initially, the Coast Guard sent out a crew from Station Manasquan Inlet to rescue the three men and a dog onboard the fishing boat, but the crew could not reach them because of shallow water. A Manasquan Fire Department boat crew was able to reach the Miss Kathleen and transferred the passengers to the Coast Guard crew. No injuries were reported. A salvage crew arrived around 7 a.m. and placed containment booms around the boat as a precaution. “The Coast Guard is working with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to mitigate the environmental threat posed by the sunken vessel,” said Coast Guard Capt. Scott Anderson, commander, Sector Delaware Bay.