The crew member of the ‘Picamillo Lighthouse’ would have collapsed after feeling unwell whereas the ship entered port The causes of loss of life of the crew member are unknown The post-mortem shall be carried out within the French municipality of Brest
A sailor from Marín (Pontevedra), a crew member of the ‘Picamillo Lighthouse’, which works within the waters of the Gran Sol, has died in France whereas the ship on which he labored was finishing up the maneuver to enter the port.
Sources consulted by Europa Press have defined that the 52-year-old man collapsed because of an sickness that he suffered because of causes nonetheless pending to be decided till the post-mortem is carried out.
The identical sources point out that he was on the deck of the ship when he fell all of the sudden, in order that, within the absence of an post-mortem, the loss of life, which occurred all of the sudden, could possibly be attributed to some sort of undetermined coronary heart drawback.
Autopsy and repatriation
In any case, the causes that induced the loss of life of the sailor of the ‘Picamillo Lighthouse’, of the shipowner Pesquera Estévez Lino, shall be confirmed within the post-mortem. For this, a switch to Brest shall be made.
Subsequently, it will likely be time to undertake the pertinent bureaucratic steps for the repatriation of the corpse.