A Muscovite spent about two weeks in a rubber boat in the White Sea and was rescued at 2:15 PM.

The Muscovite spent almost two weeks in the White Sea until the rescuers towed his rubber boat ashore. Information about it surfaced on June 2. group Karelian Republican Search and Rescue Service on Vkontakte.

The operation to rescue a person born in 1957 in the capital took place the previous day. An unidentified applicant reported to the duty officer of the rescue service that the man was traveling in a non-powered rubber boat. The tourist did not specify the ending point of the journey, but nevertheless went to the White Sea on May 19.

Rescuers contacted the man by phone and realized that he had been taken to the open sea. The boatman urgently needed to haul his boat ashore. Finally, the Kemsky search and rescue team delivered the Russians to safety.

It is known that the passenger does not need medical assistance.

Previously reportedThat at Syzran, rescuers managed to pull a drowning schoolboy out of the water.

Source: Gazeta


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