Re: PINNIPED WARFARE EFFECTS LOCAL DIVERS!


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Posted by john corso on November 29, 2003 at 12:27:12:

In Reply to: PINNIPED WARFARE EFFECTS LOCAL DIVERS! posted by john corso on November 29, 2003 at 11:58:45:

Just got off the phone with one of the officers at Redondo Harbor Patrol. She indicated they were aware of the explosives incident which occured last nite. She indentified the vessel as a fishing boat which posessed a permit issued by Fish & Game allowing them the use of explosives to fend off seals. The boat owner indicated they were at least 500 yards off shore which is what is required for the use of explosives for this purpose. We are not certain that indeed they were that far off-shore, but we can tell you that we were at a depth of 85 ft and could see the ilumination of the boat lights overhead. Do the math!


Safe Diving

John Corso
Diving Safety Officer,Santa Monica Police
Harbor Office
402 Santa Monica Pier
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Office: (310) 458-8695, FAX: (310) 899-6297
john-corso@ci.santa-monica.ca.us
www.westsideaquaticsinc.com





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