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Posted by Northcoast_diver on October 26, 2004 at 16:05:39:

In Reply to: So you think that he may have "overbreathed" his reg. posted by Elaine on October 26, 2004 at 15:36:03:

According to the newspapers, the accident occurred at approx 40 ft depth.

Mr. Kane is thinking about an anchor fowled at 200 or so feet. The malady is then called deep water blackout, and it is believed to result from rapid CO2 accumulation due to exertion at great depths, which tech divers are taught to be wary of. Not likely the case, in this instance however.


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