Tres personas navegan por una parte del caño Manamo en Tucupita / Tanetanae.com.
Five Trinidadians are missing after the shipwreck in Delta Amacuro
Seven people have been found alive after the shipwreck that occurred last Thursday, September 30, in the vicinity of Nabasanuka, Venezuela. All of them have been rescued by Warao and Guyanese fishermen.
It was known that the boat capsized after an engine died during the trip. At that moment a great wave made them shipwreck.
A relative of one of the people rescued alive reported that six Trinidadian citizens were traveling in the boat. So far only one of them has been confirmed alive and his name is Arnold. He was rescued along with a young indigenous man by Guyanese fishermen. Until last Sunday they remained in Guyana.
The other Trinidadians are missing. A commission of the Venezuelan authorities set sail last Sunday from Tucupita to Nabasanuka to investigate the events. They returned on Tuesday, but so far they have not reported this event.
Government authorities returned with two survivors, both Venezuelans.