Boat which was quarantined in St Lucia after crewman died returns

The Motor Vessel Lady Zai returned to Guyana on Monday April 7, 2014 with eight crew members on board, a release from the Ministry of Public Works said today. They were all examined by the Health Authorities in Saint Lucia and given clearance to sail following the death of one of their colleagues on board the vessel.

The Lady Zai left Guyana on March 9, 2014 for St Lucia with ten crew members. However, during the voyage one crew member; Lilkumar died and another had fallen ill and was hospitalised in St Lucia.
This Ministry of Public Works photo shows some of the crewmen aboard the vessel.

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