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Despite an unusually warm spring and lower-than-normal river flows, waterways in the Sacramento region remain cold and dangerous. The drownings of two young men in separate incidents in the American River over the weekend should serve as a reminder
Coast Guard in Hawaii says it has rescued a British citizen and is searching for another who fell overboard in a remote area of the Pacific. Coast Guard spokesman Eric Chandler said Sunday the 35-year-old man was conscious and wearing a life jacket
A MAN has drowned after being swept off rocks at Whale Beach in Sydney's north. Despite the efforts of a local boatie, surf lifesavers, water police and ambulance officers, he could not be revived after being washed into the sea on Sunday morning...
In classrooms, posters showed the men of different faiths, arms linked in prayer, braced against the waves engulfing the deck of their torpedoed troop ship on Feb. 3, 1943. They had given their life preservers to frantic soldiers and urged troops
Fisherman who fell overboard was 'not wearing life jacket' The accident happened about 30 miles off the coast of Kilkell A Ukrainian fisherman swept overboard to his death off the NI coast was not wearing a life jacket and had false papers, a report
Ore. (AP) Paul Heberling ventured onto the ice at Diamond Lake on New Year's Day ready to break in a new era but he was certainly not willing to die trying. Before each step, the Roseburg man poked with a 5-foot metal chisel to test the firmness of
The vessel sank in waters off Wakaya Island while travelling from Levuka to Batiki last week and four of the seven crew that were on board are still missing. Through interviews with two of the three survivors, it was established that there was only
The cruise industry has added several new safety procedures in the wake of the Costa Concordia disaster. European Cruise Council (ECC) address issues related to life jacket stowage on newly constructed ships, the synchronization of bridge operating
The 39-year-old Warrawee man was swept off rocks at Little Bay on Sunday morning. He had been fishing with two friends when they were hit by a large wave. Despite them trying to hold onto each other, the trio were washed into the ocean and separated.
I went to put a fish in the box and the boat tilted the other way to the side where Ewen was bringing up more fish, and almost in slow motion it capsized.' Panic ensued and Mr Beaton was screaming Help'. Mr Mackay said: I thought, we will hold onto