Survivor says large wave capsized fuel boat

-search still on for missing crewmembers

Rescue operations continue for two men still missing from the fuel boat ‘Swift Dolphin,’ which capsized in the Corentyne River a week ago and one of the survivors says it was a large wave that toppled the vessel.

Leon Augustus Persaud, of the East Bank of Demerara and Anthony Sookdeo are the only members of the four-man crew who have been found. Still missing are the captain, whose name has been given as Ricky Ram and one other unnamed individual.

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