- The Philippine Embassy in Japan confirmed recently that 39 Filipino seafarers are missing off Japan’s waters
- However, a video showed the operation conducted to save one of the said missing seamen
- The Japan Coast Guard exerted effort to save Sareno Edvarodo who was seen floating on the sea
- The video immediately circulated and became viral in the online world
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A video showing how a Filipino seafarer was rescued on the sea is now circulating and becoming the talk of the town in the online world.
KAMI learned that Sareno Edvarodo was among the 39 seamen who went missing after a Panamanian-flagged livestock ship capsized off the waters of Japan.
On Facebook, News5 uploaded a video clip that showed the efforts of Japan Coast Guard in rescuing one of the missing Filipino seafarers.
Although it was dark and the waves were high, they managed to save Edvarodo and he was immediately taken care of afterwards.
“You are safe, safe!” a member of Japan Coast Guard quipped.
“Thank you, thank you. Did you get some crew there also? In the Gulf? I am not...I’m the only one?” the Pinoy seaman replied.
Netizens could not help but thank the Japanese Coast Guard for doing everything they can to save the missing Filipino seafarers.
Here are some of the comments online:
“Thank for helping my kabayan! May God bless you all!”
“May God bless the rest of the crew missing. May they find comfort and love from our Almighy creator.”
“We really appreciate your care and kindness to our kababayan. Thank you, Japanese coast guard.”
“Praying for all the crew who has not found yet that they will be able to return home safe and sound. God bless!”
“Japan coast guard are doing their best for the Filipino crew. Thanks and salute to all of you conducting rescue effort…”
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Watch the video below:
Sareno Edvarodo was aboard a ship that was carrying thousands of cows from New Zealand when the incident happened. The authorities knew about the situation when the cattle sent a distress signal from East China Sea.
The Philippine Embassy in Japan recently confirmed that there are 39 Filipino seamen who are affected by the said tragedy.
Several months ago, a video of stranded Pinoy seafarers due to the novel coronavirus pandemic was able to touch the hearts of netizens.
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