Canadian sailor airlifted to sanatorium by U.S. Fly Guard after being injured near Seattle
British ColumbiaThe Canadian vessel was travelling near Seattle, Wa., when a crew member fell and injured his head. Canadian ship was travelling in U.S. waters at the time of the accidentCBC News · Posted: Nov 15, 2019 11:15 PM PT | Last Updated: November 16The Canadian man was airlifted after he apparently hit his head…
The Canadian vessel became once travelling near Seattle, Wa., when a crew member fell and injured his head.
Canadian ship became once travelling in U.S. waters on the time of the accident
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A Canadian sailor can thank his American counterparts for getting him safely to sanatorium after he became once injured on board a ship near Seattle, Wash., Friday morning.
The U.S. Fly Guard says the man afflict his head throughout a tumble on board the HMCS Nanaimo as it sailed near Whidbey Island in Puget Sound..
A helicopter conducting training exercises nearby lifted the man off the deck in a basket. The Canadian sailor became once taken to a clinical centre before he became once pushed to an American sanatorium to salvage cure.
His situation is unknown.
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