Sinking and Loss of Life : Amphibious Passenger Vehicle Lady Duck, Ottawa River, Near the Hull Marina, Gatineau, Quebec, 23 June 2002


[Transportation Safety Board of Canada]. Sinking and Loss of Life : Amphibious Passenger Vehicle Lady Duck, Ottawa River, Near the Hull Marina, Gatineau, Quebec, 23 June 2002 . Ottawa: Transportation Safety Board of Canada, (2004). Pp. [i]-vii,(1),[1]-102,(2). Illustrated. 4to, printed white card covers with blank spine. Marine Investigation Report M02C0030. "At about 1610on 23 June 2002, the amphibious vehicle Lady Duck took on water while on t he Ottawa River during a combined land and water-borne sightseeing tour of the National Capital Region. The vehicle sank rapidly by the bow in eight metres of water when near the Hull Marina. Of the 12 people on board, 6 passengers, the driver, and the tour guide escaped from the vehicle and were recovered by private craft on the scene at the time of sinking. Four passengers trapped within the sinking vehicle drowned. There was no environmental damage." - from the synopsis on p.1. Vg. 30.00

Title: Sinking and Loss of Life : Amphibious Passenger Vehicle Lady Duck, Ottawa River, Near the Hull Marina, Gatineau, Quebec, 23 June 2002

Author Name: Transportation Safety Board of Canada] Marine Investigation Report, M02C0030)

Categories: 67,

Publisher: Transportation Safety Board of Canada, Ottawa, 2004, ISBN:0662368541:

Seller ID: 73194

Keywords: NAUTICAL SHIPWRECKS CANADA DISASTERS OTTAWA RIVER AMPHIBIOUS VEHICLES,