An American fisherman who had been adrift for 13 days was rescued from a log on Thursday. The US Coast Guard had already given up hope of finding him. Even the authorities consoled the family. It changed prematurely.
The man and a colleague left Gray Harbor, Washington state, on their fishing boat on October 12. The US Coast Guard launched a massive search after the boat and its occupants went missing.
It was scrapped last Wednesday after no trace of the ship and its occupants were found. The search at X has been suspended for the Coast Guard, which sends its “sincere condolences” to the families of the missing in these difficult times.
The newspaper reported that the news was somewhat premature, as one of the men on board was found by two Canadian fishermen a day later. Vancouver City News. It was revealed that he had been floating in a lifeboat for 13 days. In the Coast Guard video, the Canadians say they gave the man food and drink after taking him aboard. “He immediately drank three bottles of water,” said one of the rescuers.
The American fisherman was on the boat at this time without food or water. It is said that he survived by eating salmon fished from the ocean. He was brought ashore by the Canadian Coast Guard, where he was hospitalized. Considering the circumstances, he is doing well.
There is no trace of his colleague and the boat from which they started their journey. The case is still pending.
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