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Crab fisherman pulled overboard in Bering Sea | Seattle boat accident attorney


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1/11/2009
Andrew Kim
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A 40-year-old crab fisherman was reported missing on January 6, 2009 in the Bering Sea after his foot became tangled in a pot line and he was pulled overboard.  He was working on board the Kodiak-based Seabrooke which was fishing for snow crab about 22 miles northwest of Cold Bay, Alaska.

This is worst nightmare for any fisherman working in the frigid waters off the coast of Alaska and is a sad reminder of how deadly this job can be.  As seen on the television show "The World's Deadliest Catch", mishaps like this can occur at any moment and in the blink of the eye when you aren't paying attention.




Category: Boat and Watercraft Accidents


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