Mangaluru: Coast Guard rescue fisherman suffering heart attack

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Sep 28: The Coast Guard personnel administered first aid to a fisherman, who suffered a heart attack while fishing in deep sea and saved his life.

Vasanta, fisherman, who was fishing in waters 36 nautical miles away from Panambur coast developed sudden chest pain and breathing difficulty. Fishermen on another boat who noticed the condition of Vasanta, immediately relayed information to district centre of Coast Guard. The Coast Guard immediately sent SOS to all its vessels nearby the spot where the fisherman was in trouble.

Interceptor C 446 boat of the Coast Guard which was closest to the fisherman in trouble rushed to his aid gave him first aid and brought him for advanced treatment in the same boat to NMPA. Vasanta was provided emergency service at Bunder Jetty and taken to a private hospital for further medical treatment.



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  • Anand, Surathkal

    Thu, Sep 28 2023

    Coast Guard is not working under Karnataka Govt.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Thu, Sep 28 2023

    May the Almighty bless our Coastguards ...

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Thu, Sep 28 2023

    as soon as Sidda devaraya has taken up the rule of Karu Nadu..even the almighty is pleased...all govt depts and khaki are working 100% out of fear and respect...Jai Congress...burnol bhagya soon coming for andh bhakts for carstreet mamus two tubes free

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