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Lookout! Issue 33, June 2015

Our feature story in this issue of Lookout.
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In this issue: A toddler was among a family of four who had a lucky escape shortly before their boat was dashed to pieces on rocks.
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A toddler was among a family of four who had a lucky escape shortly before their boat was dashed to pieces on rocks.

A decision by six waka ama paddlers to take along some extra kit may have helped them avoid a potentially deadly situation.

A stevedore suffered serious injuries after falling 15 metres from the deck of a ship, hitting a crane and the wharf before landing in the water.

A young man died from cold-water immersion and two others were lucky to survive when the 4.6 metre boat they were on filled with water and rapidly sank in a South Island lake.

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A young man lost fingers from both of his hands in a serious harm incident while working on board a fishing vessel at sea.

An unseaworthy vessel that was overloaded has been ruled as contributing to the drowning of a man and his young son while out for a test run on a city harbour.

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