The Limited Times

Now you can see non-English news...

As a result of a boat capsizing - searching for four missing people in the Sea of Galilee | Israel Hayom


Highlights: There were 11 people on board the boat when it capsized. Four of them are still unaccounted for. The other two are in a stable condition and are being cared for at a local hospital. The boat was carrying a total of 11 people, including four children. The cause of the capsizing is not known, but is believed to have been caused by a landslide. The Coast Guard is still searching for the other four people on the boat, who are believed to be on their way to shore.

There were 11 adults and children on board • Seven of them were rescued, all in light condition • Searches for four people who have not yet been located continue at this time

Boat capsize on the Sea of Galilee - search for four missing people: MDA teams are working today (Saturday) to locate four missing people, including two children, after receiving a report of several people in distress after capsizing with a boat near the Setai coast.

The boat capsized with 11 people on board - six adults and five children. At this point, seven (four adults and three children) were rescued, all in light condition. The team continues to scan.

Search for the missing in the capsizing of the boat on the Sea of Galilee // Photo: MDA operational documentation

"We were immediately dispatched to the scene of the boat capsizing off the Setai coast. When we arrived at the scene about 400 meters from the shore, we noticed a man and a woman in their 30s who were in distress in the water, we immediately reached them and rescued them to the MDA boat, fully conscious and exhausted," said Ofri Edri, MDA paramedic, "We rescued them to Setai Beach and returned to continue the search. Another civilian boat in the area rescued two children. During the searches, we noticed a man, a woman and a two-year-old boy in the water, we also rescued them to the MDA boat, fully conscious, suffering from exhaustion and the child suffering from mild shortness of breath. We transferred them to Ein Gev beach and returned for further searches in the field."

Wrong? We'll fix it! If you find a mistake in the article, please share with us

Source: israelhayom

All news articles on 2023-06-10

Similar news:

You may like

Trends 24h


© Communities 2019 - Privacy

The information on this site is from external sources that are not under our control.
The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them.