Alcohol Consumption Involved in Deckhand Drowning

The U.K. Marine Accident Investigation Branch has released it’s report into the November 2017 death of a deckhand on the fishing vessel Illustris.  He had spent the afternoon and evening ashore and had just returned to the vessel. His fall was not witnessed, and he was not missed until the following day. The postmortem examination report indicated a probable cause of death as drowning, with a contribution of acute alcohol toxicity. >click to read<10:07

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