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« on: June 18, 2009, 06:30:42 pm »
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Shipwreck divers died getting lost in silty water (Daily Telegraph)


Two divers exploring a shipwreck died after becoming lost in clouds of silt dumped by the Ministry of Defence an inquest heard on Wednesday.


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What a sad turn of events. I'm going to have to search for the article now as your link is broken. Just looking to see if there's any mention of a safety observer. That's an absolute must for any dive.

Ah. According to the article they did have a safety observer who sounded a Mayday when the pair didn't surface. However, they had no safety line attached so they lost their way in the cabin of a ship that had been sunk as an artificial reef.

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