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Fisherman who drowned off Pearl City Peninsula ID'd

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 09:34 a.m. HST, Sep 18, 2013



The Medical Examiner's Office says a 60-year-old Pearl City man drowned while fishing Sunday on the Pearl City Peninsula.

The victim was identified as Gerald Wond, of Pearl City. His death was classified as accidental.

Honolulu firefighters were called to Pearl City Peninsula after a report of a body floating about 20 feet from shore Sept. 15.

Witnesses saw him fishing from shore earlier in the day.

Police say there were no signs of foul play.







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wahine wrote:
Pear City? Deepest sympathies to the victims family and loved ones.
on September 18,2013 | 08:40AM
Shh wrote:
Wow wonder if he slipped or if a fish tugged him into the water, Very sad. Prayers out to his family.
on September 18,2013 | 08:59AM
paniolo wrote:
In another report someone said he usually went fishing with his wife. But on that day he went alone. Maybe if she was there this wouldn't have happened. I don't know. My ALOHA to his ohana.
on September 18,2013 | 09:09AM
gth wrote:
Please don't blame the wife. It was an "accident". Condolences to the family.
on September 18,2013 | 10:55AM
paniolo wrote:
I'm not blaming the wife. I'm just saying this accident could have been prevented or not be as bad. She could've called 911, could've helped him if he slipped, yelled for someone to help. People were in the area and saw him fishing.
on September 18,2013 | 02:57PM
AhiPoke wrote:
Looks like he died doing something he loved and he went quickly. Most of us wish we could be so lucky. RIP
on September 18,2013 | 09:16AM
islandsun wrote:
The fish won this time.
on September 18,2013 | 01:38PM
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