Search launched for diver off the coast of Donegal
Dublin News - Sunday 13th August, 2017
Coast Guard Rescue 118 helicopter rushed to the rescue
Many local boats are involved in the search
Diver is believe to be one of the many diving in wrecks in the area
DONEGAL, Ireland - The Coast Guard Rescue helicopter, based in Strandhill, Sligo, and the Lough Swilly RNLI lifeboat were involved in an operation for the search of a missing diver.
The search, that also involves a number of local boats began about 27 km north of Fanad.
The diver who went missing is believed to be one of a number of divers who were diving in wrecks in the area and was reported missing to Malin Head Coast Guard.
The man reportedly went missing shortly after 2.30 pm when he was diving with a group 14 miles north west of Mallin Head.
Group members on a dive boat reported him missing after failing to see him resurface and the Sligo-based Rescue 118 helicopter was sent to the scene and an emergency Mayday call was put out to vessels in the area.
Clint Eastwood's The 15:17 to Paris recreates the 2015 Thalys train attack, in which Moroccan-born Ayoub El Khazzani, armed with an assault rifle, a 9mm handgun, and 300 rounds of ammunition, attempted to open fire on a crowded train travelling ...