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Old 11-30-2010, 02:33 PM
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Very unfortunate–Sympathies to those whom have lost loved ones.

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I didn't sleep all night over this. Just so horrible. I just keep thinking about the news continuously showing the one body on the floor covered with a yellow tarp. Thinking that just minutes before everything was normal and now so many lives changed in a split second.

A brief update.....

Stewart Posner was in and out of conciseness last night.
His wife said he Stewart spoke in the middle of the night but it was gibberish and probably from the medication but it is a good sign he can speak. They did surgery on his lungs yesterday. Thank Goodness it only took 3 minutes to lift him from the accident site to the Trauma Center.
Thanks for the info, Gino.

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http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/st...n-1082912.html
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Old 11-30-2010, 03:31 PM
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So sorry and sad to hear about this accident...it's hard to imagine what the families are going through during a time of year when they should be preparing for the holidays...I spent a lifetime boating S. Biscayne Bay and it can get really snotty in the afternoon with a NE wind blowing, not to mention the amount of boat/cruiser wakes sloshing around from the Elliot's Key crowds. They can catch you off guard when you least expect them. Prayers to the families of all involved and a speedy recovery for the injured.
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Very sad and unfortunate. Prayers and condolences to the families involved.

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RIP and may the others get well soon God Speed .....Gino thanks for the news
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RIP to those involved and our thoughts and prayers go out the their family and friends. So sad and unfortunate.
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I live right on biscayne bay , (deering bay )several of the rescue personal left from our marina. Yesterday at around 1pm the bay was flat ideal conditions to max out our high performance toys. We must learn from this tragedy
the use of all safety equipment that we can use, we can go fast but knowing our safety limites .
God Bless the families of those involved in this terrible n dificult time .RIP Steven n Clive

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