Three fishermen rescued in Myanmar waters

Three workers who worked on a fishing bamboo raft, locally known as a “tiger raft”, were found floating in the sea approximately 40 miles southeast of Pyapon Township in Ayeyawady Region on 26 March. They were rescued by a support vessel of the Yadana oil rig.
Security forces transferred them to the military vessel and provided medical treatment and food and drink.
The three workers were washed into the water due to a strong wind while working about 10 miles away from the Pyapon River on 25 March. — TWA/KZW

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