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cried Falk- "and I will jump overboard to regain the boat.
At once Falk threw overboard the captain's revolver.
A British sailor died after being swept overboard in the Southern Ocean during a round-the-world yacht race, organizers of the event announced Sunday.
We are saddened to report a guest onboard Independence of the Seas was witnessed intentionally going overboard from deck 12 at 1:45 a.
Craig, 25, from Inverness, fell overboard from the Apollo about 20 miles off the Orkney coast in April.
Disney said Rebecca, 24, was swept overboard by a freak wave on March 22.
Probe: St Amant | Steven Robertson, 25, was lost overboard from the 58-foot vessel in January 2012.
I threw my wife overboard because she was afraid of the height.
Larsen said that security cameras confirmed the time that the passenger went overboard.
Peter Clark, senior helmsman, Cullercoats RNLI, said: "e casualty had the common sense to wear a safety harness which meant that when he fell overboard he would always be near his yacht.
A Dyfed-Powys Police spokeswoman said: "Mr Jones, a serving crew member on a privately owned tanker, is believed to have jumped overboard in the early hours of ursday, May 15 whilst the ship was in the Mediterranean.
Mayor of South Tyneside Council, Coun Ernest Gibson becomes Tynemouth RNLI's Man Overboard