FYI, published in this mornings Baltimore Sun.
One dead, one missing after boat capsizes
By A Sun Staff Writer
Originally published March 1, 2004
A Pasadena man died and a second man was missing yesterday after a high-performance racing boat capsized in the Chesapeake Bay about three miles east of Gibson Island, authorities said.
A witness told authorities that the men were traveling in the 40-foot Tomahawk jet-drive craft at a high speed near the Craig Island Channel about 2:30 p.m. when it became airborne and flipped, according to a spokeswoman for the Department of Natural Resources.
Maryland Natural Resources Police, the U.S. Coast Guard, a dive team from the Anne Arundel County Fire Department and a police helicopter responded and began a search for the two men.
A short time later, dive team members recovered from the partially submerged vessel the body of the person apparently driving the boat, said Coast Guard Petty Officer Matthew Simmons.
Simmons said the victim was strapped in by a safety harness.
The search for the second man was called off at nightfall and will continue early today, Simmons said.
Authorities withheld the names of the men pending notification of family members.