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F/V MATT-MICHELLE Drowning

Near King Cove, Alaska, the 32-foot, Juneau-based MATT-MICHELLE, was broadsided by a wave that sent sent 53-year-old Rudy Dushkin Jr. overboard. The only other person aboard was the owner/captain, Bert Bendixon who sent a distress call as he threw a life ring to Mr. Dushkin. Reportedly, the captain was eventually able to get to Mr. Dushkin with a long line and then, after donning a survival suit, he jumped into the frigid water and pulled Mr. Dushkin to land. Mr. Dushkin is said to not have been wearing a life jacket. Mr. Dushkin could not be revived.

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