In the morning of the same day, American tourist Haddock Richard Ray, 1941, on Bahamas-flagged cruise ship Seabourn Ovation, suffered convulsions while the ship was at 78 nautical miles off Nha Trang city.
The ship’s captain immediately sent a mayday signal for help.
After receiving the information, the center sent ship SAR27-01 to the scene for a rescue mission.
At 12:30 of January 28, the SAR27-01 took the patient ashore for further treatment.
Translated by Song Anh
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