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Martinique Fisherman Goes Missing In The Saint Lucia Channel

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A search and rescue operation has been underway since Sunday afternoon after a Martinique fisherman fell into the waters of the Saint Lucia Channel.

The Channel is a strait separating Martinique to the north and Saint Lucia to the south.

The circumstances surrounding the disappearance of the Martinique fisherman were not immediately clear.

However, a release from Martinique’s Prefect disclosed that the Antilles-Guyana Regional Operational Surveillance and Rescue Center (Marine Directorate) learned of the incident at 1:05 p.m.

The information triggered a massive air and sea search and rescue operation that included helicopters and privately owned boats.

The search continued on Monday.

 

 

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1 COMMENT

  1. Are the fishing boats equipped with the necessary equipment to help save a life, and help in rescuing? Do fishing folks wear a life vest when they are out there on the water? Are the communication equipments up~to~date on fishing boats? I hope he is found.

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