Search Resumes For Sailor Pulled Overboard

A man has fallen from a cargo ship moored on the River Trent in North Lincolnshire on Wednesday, as winds hit 90mph in parts of the UK.

A search operation launched yesterday had to be called off due to the weather conditions. It has resumed this morning.

It is thought that the sailor became tangled in wires and pulled overboard.

A new search is underway.


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