If you watch the video posted by Jason the officer says he believes the captain was not on the boat at the time. Appears to be the crew getting high while tied at the dock between trips.Quote from video
"The Capitan being hauled off in a stretcher"
Holy crap I hope the guy in the video is wrong.
Nope nothing to worry about here.
On news https://www.cbs8.com/article/news/l...oses/509-aeb40060-e3ca-45a2-9eb5-dd5cf5ba8d1bPeoples lives are at risk and people want to speculate, I would say this is sad for this site, but at this point, it’s the norm.
Yep. Pops was finishing up CBP service just as fentanyl was picking up here in the US. He intercepted a number of packages floated over on the Rio Grande that were literally FENTANYL laced with heroin. A lot of agents almost lost their lives because what they thought was heroin actually contained high amounts of fentanyl and they inhaled it duing evidence collection.Thanks for clarification-Guy in first video did say it but Ill take the police version. One really needs to be careful-Fentanyl can get airborne and one guy could have screwed everyone.
Here comes Larmo
Well crap, I just lost the bet with my buddy. Have to buy him lunch now, thanks Larmo.The only injured party here is the business and the landing. Sad actually to see young men succumb to opiate addiction. They are fools for getting started but now they are just addicts who need treatment.
I hope your friend locked down a prime steak on this bet. Sounds like you have money to burn.Well crap, I just lost the bet with my buddy. Have to buy him lunch now, thanks Larmo.
I for sure thought you would talking about getting damages for emotional distress of the offloaded passengers, breach of contract for the people that missed out on the next trip etc. Followed by a "if you or someone you love has been damaged by (insert vessel / landing name) contact my office."
Unless... maybe you are gearing up to try to somehow blame the choices of these crew members personal decisions to (allegedly) use drugs because of their working conditions / environment / workplace culture and the landing is at fault?
I may still win the bet!!!
Not likely. The fact that a does of naloxone was able to bring them back disproves the carbon monoxide theory. It takes several hours in fresh air for CO to leave the bloodstream and be replaced with oxygen which in turn allows them to gain consciousness again.Maybe it was carbon monoxide. Narcan can be given as a precaution for OD when a possibility but not confirmed.