Fishermen's boat catches fire suddenly, rescued

Bengaluru: A fishermen's boat caught fire 10 nautical miles from Karwar lighthouse in Karnataka on Friday. Coast Guard pulls out 7 after the fire broke out. The Coast Guard reported this. The operation to completely control the fire was completed in about three hours. All assistance was provided to take the fishing boat to Karwar fishing port. "All fishermen are in a healthy condition," Coast Guard Commander DIG SB Venkatesh said.

The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) rescued 7 fishermen after a fishing boat caught fire in the Arabian Sea near Gujarat coast recently. An official release said the boat caught fire and sank. ICG received information that another boat called Harsiddhi caught fire about 37 nautical miles from Navdra, a coastal village in Devbhoomi-Dwarka district.

The same ICG rescued all the 7 fishermen on board Harsiddhi with the help of another boat. It was said that Harsiddhi could not be saved even after attempts to control the fire. The rescued fishermen were taken to Porbandar, who told ICG officials that the engine caught fire and the fire spread very fast. In the Philippines, 3 persons, including a one-year-old child, were killed and 69 missing in a boat fire.

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