Friday, February 10, 2012

Canadian family rescue

  • Three members of a Canadian family who were rescued in the Pacific Ocean after their sailboat was battered by a nasty storm are thrilled to be back on land after a harrowing ordeal that made them question their chances of survival.
  • (Calgary Herald)
  • Three members of a Canadian family attempting to cross the Pacific in a sailboat have been rescued after being thrown into the ocean after encountering strong winds and rough seas that battered and disabled their vessel hundreds of miles from Hawaii.
  • (Seattle Times)
  • Mitch James owned the boat and wanted to head to Hawaii, where the family often vacations, said brother Ryan James. They had sailed along the coast of Mexico before, but had never crossed the Pacific, he said from Alberta, Canada, where they all live.
  • (Newser)
  • Paul Gullackson doesnt miss a beat as he recalls how he and his cousin helped pull a family of received since the rescue is unreal.
  • (CTV)
  • VANCOUVER, Canada, Feb 09, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE Today, announced the winner, Wild Baby Rescue Center, a New Jersey-based non-profit organization dedicated to caring for injured and orphaned wildlife.
  • (Marketwatch)
  • Five dogs from the shelter recently were transported, via ResQPaws connections, to homes in Canada. The group includes Through her own group, Unleashed Pet Rescue, Kovac, 29, located a foster family willing to take Brick.
  • (Appeal-Democrat)
  • (CTV)

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