- February 12, 2012 - 11:20
THOSE FISHNG VESSELS, ARE A DEATH TRAP, LACK OF PROPER EQUIPMENT AND LACK OF KNOWLEDGE MAKES IT A DEATH TRAP.... TRYIING, TRYING TO MAKE THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR, MY CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY,,,
- February 13, 2012 - 07:17
While your comment has validity and I am also would like to send my condolences to the family, as well... Bonita- sometimes the caps lock is on and your not aware, so pls check. It is considered rude to "shout" at people when making a comment, internet land has manners too. Pls don't think you are making a stronger statment with all caps, you are not, you are precieved as being obnoxious. Take care when you type.
- Newfoundland Fisherman
- February 11, 2012 - 13:38
Condolences to the family of this young 27 year old man who lost his life. A sad day indeed for his family. Working offshore is one of the most dangerous jobss that any Newfoundlander and Labradorian can have. I had my son working aboard the Katsheshuk 11 and he worked hard for his money like anyone fisherman working offshore. This young man was so close to being home afte being out to see since January 26th. Occupational Health and Safety ---- please leave no stone unturned in this investigation ....... look deep and wide ...... and if it is indeed a tragic accident it can and has to be accepted ...... God Bless you soul young man ....