Crew member dies in accident in Sydney Harbour

Feb 8, 2013 by Guest Writer

A crew member from M/Y Calliope died in an accident in Sydney Harbour on Feb. 8, according to The Daily Telegraph.

The article reported that the unidentified male crew member fell overboard and was hit by another vessel. He was reported to be between late 20s to early 30 years of age.

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