Coast Guard Searching for Missing Fisherman

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Friday, January 10, 2014

Elements of the Coast Guard Sub-Station (CGSS) Calumpang continues searching for a 17-year old fisherman who was reported missing by his companion in Balud, Calumpang, Masbate last Tuesday, January 7.
 


The fisherman identified as Daryl Suicon, a resident of Barangay Panampangon, Milagros, Masbate, was reportedly fishing with a companion at the vicinity waters off Ubo, Balud when the incident occurred.
 


Upon receiving the report, CGSS Calumpang conducted Search and Rescue (SAR) Operation for Suicon onboard M/Bca Hanz AJ together with some relatives of the victim but yielded negative result.
 


The Coast Guard also advised all nearest Coastal Barangays, LGU, MDRRMC/PDRRMC and all sea crafts transiting the area to be on the look-out for the said missing fisherman, and if sighted, to report to the nearest PNP and PCG units as soon as possible.

 

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