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Boat Explosion Off Maryland Coast Kills One

A Maryland boat explosion killed one offshore from Earleville. The explosion took place in the area of Veazey Neck. Witnesses said that the vessel suddenly went up in flames. Two people were onboard at the time of the Maryland boat explosion. One man on the boat was rescued and transported for medical assistance. The second man on the vessel was pronounced dead at the scene. As of this time, the cause of the explosion is not known. An investigation has…

Mother and Child Killed in Hudson River Charter Boat Accident

A mother and her 7-year-old son were killed in a Hudson River charter boat accident. The pair who lose their lives were pard of a group of family members who were enjoying a river trip prior to the virtually incomprehensible tragedy. Other people have been injured in the Hudson River charter boat accident: The captain of the Hudson River charter boat was seriously injured in the accident as well. He is listed in critical condition at an area hospital. In…

Five Top Fourth of July Injury Accidents

The Fourth of July is one of the most widely celebrated holidays in the United States. People gather together for family gatherings, parties with friends, Independence Day fireworks, and other types of celebrations. The Fourth of July is also a weekend in which more car accidents occur on roadways and elsewhere than on any other holiday during the year. It is also the holiday in which a higher rate of other types of injury causing accidents occur. The top five…

Drunk Boating Accident Takes Life of 28-Year-Old Myrtle Beach Man

John Kody Ray was driving his boat along the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway in the vicinity of Myrtle Beach, just south of the Arrowhead Country Club. Unfortunately, Ray evidently got behind the wheel of his boat after drinking and while intoxicated. Additionally, Ray had five passengers on board at the time of what became a drunk boating accident. While moving down the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway at about 8:15 at night, Ray either lost control of his boat or failed to see…

Seacor Accident Search and Rescue to End Monday at Sunset

The multi-day Seacor accident search and rescue effort by the U.S. Coast Guard and others will come to a solemn end on Monday at sunset, with eight of the 19 original crew members left unaccounted for and presumed dead. Six of the Seacor Power crew members were rescued directly following with capsizing of the oil rig lift boat. The remains of five crew members were retrieved from the waters of the Gulf but not from inside the overturned watercraft. As…

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