MaltaToday | 10 August 2008

NEWS | Sunday, 10 August 2008

Fisherman finds missing fellows

A fisherman managed to find a missing boat with two fellow fishermen on board early yesterday morning after the AFM spent hours searching for them.
An AFM statement said the rescuers spent the night searching for the overdue 12-foot Maltese fishing boat after it was reported overdue at around 9.35pm Friday. The boat had cast off from Marsascala some eight nautical miles offshore.
The boat was found safe in the early hours of Satruday by another fisherman in the area. The two fishermen on board the missing boat were subsequently towed back to shore accompanied by an AFM plane and a patrol boat

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