Diving deaths raise safety questions in Australia

Diving deaths raise safety questions in Australia
 

Despite six snorkelling or scuba-diving deaths in Australia last week, tourism and certification operators are rejecting a call for a safety review, reports Ben Collins.
First came the tragic news last Wednesday that two elderly French tourists had died on a guided snorkelling trip at Michaelmas Cay, a popular tourist spot about 40km (25 miles) north-east of Cairns, in Queensland state.
They reportedly had pre-existing medical conditions, and suffered cardiac arrests.
Two days later, a 60-year-old British man died in unclear circumstances while scuba-diving at Agincourt Reef, also in Far... read more

 
23 November 2016 in World News, Views: 38
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