On the night from Friday to Saturday, a dangerous event took place in the port of Gdynia. A man fell into the harbor basin. Awaiting rescue, he drifted on a wheel thrown by the crew of one of the units.
On Saturday, March 25, shortly before 3 The Maritime Search and Rescue Service received a report from the Sopot Water Volunteer Rescue Service about a man who fell into a swimming pool in the port of Gdynia. The initial information showed that the incident took place in the Dar Pomorza area. It turned out, however, that it was about the vicinity of the Tadeusz Wendy monument.
The boat R-20 from the Captain Poinc was dispatched to the site. A fragment of the action can be seen in the recording shared on social media by Sebastian Kluska, director of the Maritime Search and Rescue Service.
They threw him a lifeline. “If it wasn’t for that, he’d be in much more trouble.”
– It turned out that the man who fell into the water stayed afloat on a lifebuoy thrown by the crew of a vessel belonging to Baltic Diving Solutions. Had it not been for this heroic act, the man would have been in much more trouble. Rescuers picked him up and transported him to the piers of the Maritime Office, where he was handed over to the medical rescue team – says Rafał Goeck, spokesman for the Maritime Search and Rescue Service.
The man survived. According to the rescuers, his general condition was good.
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