1 people lost contact with a fishing boat in Xiapu, Fujian, suspected of being dragged into a water by a bait boat

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 1 people lost contact with a fishing boat in Xiapu, Fujian, suspected of being dragged into a water by a bait boat


In April 30th, a fishing boat in Xiapu, Fujian, capsized in the East Chong sea, and three people fell into the water. One of them was still in a state of losing contact. After the incident, the relatives of the missing persons went out to sea to search for help and not to give up any hope every day. Yesterday, the Beijing Youth Daily reporter learned from the family members that the wrecked fishing boat was dragged into the water by a passing bait boat, but the vessel involved directly drove away. At present, the son of the missing joint has gone to Zhejiang to confirm the vessel involved. Kinship posting Recently, one of the Internet pads has aroused concern. The Post said that in April 30th, a fishing boat was wrecked in the Xia Pudong Chong sea area of Ningde, Fujian Province, and one of the crew members was lost. At that time, a bait boat passed, and a cable on the bait boat entered the propeller of the wrecked fishing boat, causing the fishing boat to wreck, and the 3 crew of the ship fell into water, of which two were alive and one was missing. It is hoped that if fishermen in Xiapu, Lianjiang, Luoyuan and other waters have clues, the crew members will be contacted for the first time. In May 3rd, a police officer from the Xiapu County Public Security Bureau Dong Chong border police station told the Beiqing newspaper that they had received the case of the crew missing the union, but the specific situation was temporarily inconvenient to reveal. Dragged into the sea by a fed bait ship At 9 a.m. on April 30th, Yu and Yang Jiantong and Yang Yee and his son opened a fishing boat to go to sea to collect kelp. On the same day, there was fog on the sea. When the fishing boat drove eastward to the East Chong sea, Yu noticed that a large ship carrying food was passing by in the same direction. Mr. Yus fishing vessels are about ten meters long and three or four meters wide, but the fishing boats after them are much larger than their fishing boats, and the speed is very fast. Suddenly, Yu felt that the hull was turned over to the sea, and three people on board had fallen into the water. Mr. Yu and other three people can not swim, but with buoyancy, he and Yang ye burn up to the surface of the water and climb up the hull. Mr. Yu, who climbed behind the boat, found that Yang Jiantong, a brother-in-law, had not been on the water. After that, Mr. Yu and Yang Yezhuo called for help. At this time, Mr. Yu also found that the fishing boat directly involved in the distance. Because there was some fog on the sea, there was a rope behind the bait boat under the water. We could not see it at all. We were empty boats at that time, and the cables of the bait boat were entangled in the propellers of our fishing boats and pulled the boat over at once. Mr. Yu said. Search for three days without giving up After receiving the alarm, the police station of Dong Chong in Xiapu County immediately organized a ship to search and rescue Yang Jiantong, but no result was found. Meanwhile, Mr. Yu and his relatives also set sail for sea search. The waters of the sea are more than 100 meters deep, and the water is very fast. We have been looking for the sea on the sea for a few kilometers, for three days. Mr. Yu said. For three days, Mr. Yu has been looking for Yang Jiantong every day near the scene of the accident, but so far no progress has been made. He told the Beiqing Bao reporter that in order to find Yang Jiantong, he used seven or eight boats with his relatives and friends, and there were four or five people on each ship. At seven or eight oclock every morning, Mr. Yu and his relatives went to sea to search for people until they arrived home around four or five p.m. At 1 oclock in the morning in May 3rd, Mr. Yu went to sea to search for people. He did not return home until 6:30 p.m. He told the Beiqing Bao reporter that he would not give up hope anyway. On the morning of May 3rd, Yang Yezhuo told the Beiqing Bao reporter that he had travelled to Taizhou, Zhejiang, to cooperate with the local authorities to investigate and confirm the vessels involved. Source: Beiqing Net - Beijing Youth Daily editor in charge: Zhao Yaping _NN9005