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Japanese tourist dies in apparent drowning near Kaneohe Sandbar

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 03:10 p.m. HST, Feb 16, 2014



A 65-year-old visitor from Japan died after being pulled from waters near the Kaneohe Sandbar on Saturday.

The man, who was part of an organized snorkeling group, was transported by Emergency Medical Services to an area hospital, where he later died.

The incident was reported at 1:59 p.m.







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kiragirl wrote:
These scuba and snorkeling companies should be regulated as there are too many incidents attributed to lack of supervision and personnel.
on February 16,2014 | 02:25AM
richierich wrote:
Great idea. While we're at it, let's tack on a 10 service fee to cover the cost of said nanny service.
on February 16,2014 | 06:09AM
localguy wrote:
kiragirl - Before you start making false accusations, might want to wait for the results of the investigation. Was the person a good swimmer, any health conditions, etc?. Rookies always jump to conclusions, later on backtracking big time.
on February 16,2014 | 08:02AM
kiragirl wrote:
Regardless of his physical condition or water skills, he drowned. That MUST mean there weren't anyone with him. And that was my comment. Please save your insults to yourself!
on February 16,2014 | 09:39AM
GoldenRule wrote:
Hate that when a Japanese tourist gets hurt or dies. They are good people, and we should do a better job keeping them safe and alive.
on February 16,2014 | 09:27AM
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