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Tuen Mun's 70-year-old fisherman disappeared on the 11th, his body was found in the sea at Lan Kok Tsui

2021-06-10T22:28:07.762Z

At about 3 pm today (10th), the police received a report that a humanoid object was found in the sea off an oyster row at Lan Kok Tsui, Castle Peak, floating and sinking in the sea. It was suspected that someone had fallen into the sea and was drowned. Died. police



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Written by: Ling Yide

2021-06-10 16:12

Last update date: 2021-06-10 18:36

At about 3 pm today (10th), the police received a report that a humanoid object was found in the sea off an oyster row at Lan Kok Tsui, Castle Peak, floating and sinking in the sea. It was suspected that someone had fallen into the sea and was drowned. Died.

After verifying his identity, the police confirmed that the deceased was Yin Guanghui, a 71-year-old missing man.

Firefighters arrived at the scene to assist in the rescue.

(Photo by Chen Haoran)

At about 10 pm on the 30th of last month, Yin Guanghui and his friends went to the Zengzui Columbarium to go fishing off the breakwater. During this period, he was lost. The police, firefighting, flight service and marine department sent personnel to search and rescue for several days, but the search was to no avail. When the victim’s wife went to sea to find the victim today, she found that the victim was floating at the address, so she reported the case and finally recovered the victim’s body.



Earlier, Yin’s family was interviewed by a reporter from "Hong Kong 01" and pointed out that Yin Guanghui has always had a fishing habit, mainly fishing in Tuen Mun. His disappearance made his family worried and he once posted widely missing persons on the Internet.

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Floating corpse found after missing person fell into the sea

Source: hk1

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