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Police officer drowned in Labuhanbatu waters

Ahad 22 April 2018 07:27 WIB

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Drowning. (Illustration)

Drowning. (Illustration)

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Deputy chief of the Labuhanbatu Resort Police is still missing.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, RANTAUPRAPAT -- A boat carrying passengers, including the deputy chief of the Labuhanbatu Resort Police, Commissioner Andi Chandra, reportedly sank in the Labuhanbatu waters, North Sumatra, on Saturday. The boat was drowned after crashing into a tank in the waters of the Sei Lumut Labuhan Bilik village.

"Yes, that is right. The boat, which carried Chandra sank this afternoon. The deputy chief of the Labuhanbatu Resort Police slipped and fell. Details of the accident are still unknown," the public relations officer of the Labuhanbatu Police Precinct, Commissioner Victor Sibarani, confirmed when contacted here.

According to him, police personnel, along with the local fishermen, had conducted a search for the missing deputy chief of the Labuhanbatu Resort Police.

The entourage in the boat survived, but Chandra is still missing, Sibarani disclosed.

Chandra embarked the wooden boat after attending the wedding party of the second child of Labuhanbatu District head in Panai Hilir sub-district.

The local people normally use wooden boats to carry out their businesses in the area.

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