2 fishermen were found in the Pacific Ocean drifting for 42 days

Two missing 42 days ago fishermen were found in the Pacific Ocean after 1.6 thousand kilometers of drift, reports New Zealand Radio RNZ Pacific on May 14.

It is noted that April 2, three fishermen went fishing from Ebay (Marshall Islands) and disappeared. As it turned out, the engine of their small boat broke down after they were caught in a storm.

Eventually, the boat was drifting. It was not until May 14 that the men were found off the coast of the Micronesian island of Namoluk.

Only two fishermen were on board, the fate of the third is unknown.

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