Sea-Watch, after being stranded at sea for up to 17 days reported, through Twitter, episodes of people refusing to eat. Yet, on December 8, Sea-Watch gave an update, stating that people started eating again. According to the rescue vessel approximately 49 migrants stranded off the coast of Malta, started eating again after refusing since no European ports offer them a safe port.
IMCA informed of an incident when a trainee Electrical Engineer drank from a mineral water bottle in the engine room workshop, which contained thinners rather than water. ETO realized that it was thinners and spat out most of the contents. He then drank salt water to induce vomiting in order to get any thinner out of his body.
A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew medevaced a mariner from a cargo ship in the Gulf of Alaska 160 miles east of Kodiak
An Indian crew member of a Bermuda-flagged cargo ship was medically evacuated by the personnel of Coast Guard Station (CGS) Albay around 12:00PM January 25, at the vicinity of Albay Gulf Anchorage Area.
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