Million-dollar fishing boat sinks after hitting shrimping boat during tournament - sinks

by:KEDIBO     2019-09-14
Million-dollar fishing boat sinks after hitting shrimping boat during tournament  -  sinks
Over the weekend, a $1 million fishing boat crashed and sank during a fishing race off the coast of Texas, another fisherman claimed, this is because the captain puts the ship on the autopilot when measuring the catch.
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The pedal fishing boat collided with Mrs. Tony, 79.
According to Victorian advocates, on Saturday afternoon, during the Lone Star gunfight fishing championship, a shrimp boat was about 45 miles from O'Connor harbor.
The photographer of nature, who obtained a permit for the hunting of the Wyming Grizzlies, said he would not: "The hunter had no passer-by, Parker Wright, when he saw eight passengers on the wreck in distress, he stopped to help them get on the bus.
"We helped them get off the ship and put them on our ship," Wright told lawyers . ".
"It is illegal to pass a ship in trouble.
We do what we have to do and hope others will do the same.
"No one in Mrs. Tony ended up trapped in the water, everyone involved in the accident was safe and only reported minor injuries.
"Everyone is fine, that's what matters," Wright told lawyers . ".
According to lawyers, local units of the Corpus Christi coast guard are still investigating the cause of the accident.
Another fisherman, John havernick, was on the water at the time of the accident, saying he had heard at the time that the ship was on an autopilot, about 32 knots per hour, the captain measured a Blue Marlins over 100 inch long.
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