Fishermen Find Life Raft Near Port Dixon, Malaysia in Malacca Strait

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The life raft found by a group of fishermen 10 nautical miles from Port Dickson yesterday. Pix by Dzulkeffli Mustapha

Fishermen found a life raft marked “boarding” near Port Dixon, Malaysia on Tuesday.
New Straits Times reported, via Free Republic:

A group of fishermen found a life raft bearing the word “Boarding” 10 nautical miles from Port Dickson town at 12pm yesterday.

One of the fishermen, Azman Mohamad, 40, said they found the badly damaged raft floating and immediately notified the Kuala Linggi Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) in Malacca for assistance to lift the raft as it was very heavy.

“We managed to tie it to our boat as we feared it would sink due to the damages,” he said.

When the MMEA boat arrived, the fishermen then handed over the raft into their custody.

However, a Kuala Linggi MMEA spokesman said the raft sunk into the sea while they were trying to bring the raft onboard.

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Port Dixon is south of Kuala Lumpur in the Malacca Strait.

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