survived two days trapped beneath his capsized vessel, according to Reuters.An astounding tale of survival has emerged from the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, after a tugboat cook
When the Jascon-4 tugboat sank off the coast of Nigeria on May 26, the first reports said rescuers were searching for all 12 missing crew members. The Reuters reporter who covered the story, Joe Brock, tweeted that authorities feared the worst.
— Joe Brock (@joebrock2) May 28, 2013
Search parties found 10 bodies from the crew of the ship, which had been contracted by the oil company Chevron, according to Reuters.
But deep below the ocean's surface, the tugboat's cook was struggling to survive in the cold water as he breathed through a shrinking air bubble. Harrison Okene recounted to Reuters the horror of his twoRead More »from Nigerian cook survives two days in air bubble beneath shipwreck