Ancash: 13 Fishermen Saved From Dying After Shipwreck

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Crew members of the Luquina ship were rescued after suffering an accident in the sea of Chimbote. An investigation has been initiated to determine the reasons for the shipwreck.

Thirteen crew members of the fishing vessel Luquina were rescued after the ship was shipwrecked near Chimbote Bay, on the coast of the Ancash region.

Ancash: 13 Fishermen Saved From Dying After Shipwreck

The event was recorded on the last Monday afternoon, 10 miles off the coast of Chimbote when the men of the sea returned from a fishing trip.

According to a video that was published on social networks by a fisherman, people threw themselves into the sea to save their lives and were later rescued by a boat from the José Luis ship that was in the area.

Ancash: 13 Fishermen Saved From Dying After Shipwreck

The captain of Puerto de Chimbote, Carlos Diaz, specified that an investigation has been initiated to determine the reasons for the wreck, although it is presumed that it would have originated due to the water entering the 90-ton vessel. “We are taking the demonstration to the crew, but it is presumed that the entry of the water caused the ship to sink. We have to determine what things have failed in the accident, “he said.

The official said that the fishermen were taken by a navy patrol vessel to the artisanal fishing pier and then taken to a health facility.

Ancash: 13 Fishermen Saved From Dying After Shipwreck

Díaz recommended to the fishermen to respect the marine norms in what refers to the maximum capacity of the winery. “It is important that the ships do not carry more weight than they are authorized because they run the risk of sinking and putting people’s health at risk,” he said.

 

Source: El Comercio