Pakistan Navy successfully rescues sunken ship crew

Rescued fishermen were shifted to PNS Darmaanjah at Ormara for medical treatment

Faraz Khan July 26, 2015
Fishermen seen leaving for their job. PHOTO: ONLINE

KARACHI: Pakistan Navy on Sunday successfully rescued crew of a sunken fishing boat near Ormara, Balochistan.

The sunken fishing Boat Al Ameeri had a crew of seven fishermen. Three of the crew members were rescued earlier while the four missing were rescued by the Pakistan Navy.

Pakistan Navy had promptly responded to the call for help by immediately tasking its helicopter for search and rescue operation which lasted for one and a half hour resulting in safe recovery of all four fishermen from the sea.

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The fishermen were then shifted to Pakistan Navy's hospital PNS Darmaanjah at Ormara for medical treatment where all of them were declared to be in a stable condition.

Local community appreciated Pakistan Navy's timely response and the successful operation.


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Timorlane | 5 years ago | Reply I'd congratulate ET for its coverage as no other media outlet could place the news perhaps being too busy with political cacophony. ET is the only media outlet in Pakistan that recognizes and accommodates opinions from all sides including tolerating criticism on itself which is totally rare in Pakistani media working.
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