Stena Britannica ferry accidents and incidents
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- injuries/crimes - overboard (2018)
|04 July 2018||Crew / Passenger Injuries and Overboards|
On July 4, 2018, a 20-30-year-old male passenger (Iranian) jumped overboard from the ferry (off Essex coast) after he was refused entry to the UK. Soon the man was rescued alive (by a fishing boat), then brought ashore by lifeboat. The man jumped from the ship shortly after it left Harwich (England), en-route to Hook of Holland. He was treated in Colchester Hospital for a minor injury.
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