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25 Feb 2017 15:08
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    Missing man found dead on boat

    A man overdue from a fishing trip has been found dead on his boat by the Coastguard.


    A fisherman who was reported as being overdue has been found dead on his boat.

    He is believed to have died as the result of a medical event, police say.

    The man in his 40s was reported overdue from a trip near Great Barrier Island on Saturday night.

    The Coastguard located the boat on Sunday morning.

    The coroner has been advised.


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