Two yachtsmen await rescue off tas east coast
Rescue divers were called to the scene shortly after 9.20am when a boat with 50 people on board was found on the beach. They wjarvees.comere pulled out and taken to the coastguard boat.
A coastguard helicopter sent to the scene, with members from Taita Rescue, took off on a mission to assist with the search.
Police are now investigating how the fishing vessel managed to break up in such a violent way and, when police arrived, a search had already begun. They are now on a search and rescue mission as well.
Earlier today it emerged Mr Chaudhry was not part of the crew and he was not injured when the boat struck the beach.
When contacted on behalf of the family and friends of the couple from Woking, a statement issued by Mr Chaudhry said: “We are deeply disappointed to learn from the media about the circumstances surrounding this terrible tragedy.
“After careful consideration of the many facts, facts that are obviously not true, we have come to the conclusion that at present the situation is far from as tragic as first described and there is no way for the Chaudhries to have perished as a result of this collision.”
“It is clear that there is a great deal more to this incident.”
The couple’s partner, Tamer Hussain, 더킹카지노34, from Surrey, suffered minor injuries in the collision, while his family members remain in a serious condition in hospital.
The statement added: “We are all deeply upset by this devastating loss and by the false reports that have come to light from the media.
“We would like to express our heartfelt condolences to the family, colleagues and friends of Tamer Hussain at this difficult time.
“No other family members in the world have met or have even heard from our beloved Tamer, though the truth is that더킹카지노 he has always been a loving brother and father.”
In a separate incident earlier this month a 40ft shark was found washed up on the beach in Basingstoke, which later surfaced off the North Sea coast of Scotland.