Poland: Ferry employee explains minutes young boy and his mum fell overboard|World News

    Stena Spirit ferry is seen in Gdynia, Poland on 23 June 2017 Due to the growing demand for freight transport Stena Line introduces the fourth ferry to the service on the Gdynia (Poland) - Karlskrona (Sweden) route. (Photo by Michal Fludra/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

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    A Stena Spirit ferryboat is seen in Gdynia, Poland in 2017 (Picture: Michal Fludra/ NurPhoto/Getty Images)

    An employee aboard a Stena Spirit ferryboat has actually remembered the response after a young boy and his mom fell overboard.

    The kid plunged into the water as the vessel took a trip from the Polish port of Gdynia to the Swedish port of Karlskrona.

    His mom leapt in after the young boy to attempt conserve his life however, unfortunately, both lost their lives.

    Crew on the ferryboat had actually provided a mayday signal and supposedly turned round to head back to the scene where they fell.

    TVN24, a Polish outlet, consulted with a Stena Line Spirit employee who explained the instantaneous response.

    The team member informed the broadcaster: ‘There was an alarm and a message. The engines were right away closed down. After a while, the captain revealed that there was a guy overboard.

    ‘We heard that these are not exercises. The launching of the lifeboat has begun. The search lasted almost two hours.’

    Stena Line are co-operating with authorities as part of the examination into the disaster.

    Polish journalist Mariusz Marszałkowski noticed the vessel change course (Picutre: Mariusz Marszałkowski/Twitter)

    Journalist Mariusz Marsza łkowski saw the vessel modification course (Picture: Mariusz Marsza łkowski/Twitter)

    Ships and helicopters from Sweden and from NATO systems that remained in the location helped in the rescue operation.

    Once discovered, the 36- year-old mom and young boy were transferred individually by helicopter to a health center in Karlskrona.

    Anders Olsson, who was on the rescue helicopter that pulled the lady from the sea, informed Swedish radio on Friday that she was ‘not responsive’ and emergency treatment was administered to her.

    Police representative Mariusz Ciarka informed regional media that it was difficult to conserve the lives of the 2, both of whom were Polish people.

    He stated: ‘Unfortunately, in the morning we received information from the Swedish side that we have to pass on this terrible news to the family, because both the boy and the woman are dead.’

    The young boy fell from a height of about 20 meters– 65 feet– off the Stena Line ferryboat, it has actually been reported.

    ‘At the moment we have no information whether this was due to a malfunction of the ferry,’ Stena Line representative Agnieszka Zembrzycka informed TVN 24.

    ‘We are cooperating with the police and other authorities that are appointed to explain the causes and circumstances of this event.’

    Swedish authorities provided an attract Polish travelers through Poland’s state-run news firm PAP requesting for info that might describe how the mishap happened.

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