Diver missing at Ginnie?

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DandyDon

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I read a rumor, but nothing on the news yet. IUCRR (International Underwater Cave Rescue and Recovery) searching. Anyone know more?
 
I read a rumor, but nothing on the news yet. IUCRR (International Underwater Cave Rescue and Recovery) searching. Anyone know more?
Reported on Cave Diver's Forum as a death. no other info.
 
Reported on Cave Diver's Forum as a death. no other info.
Oh my. Terrible.
 
It was a death. Not sure on the specifics just yet, but he was an experienced technical/cave diver, who happened to be a friend of mine. That's all I know at the moment
Damn Bill, I just heard about this today. So sad. RIP AA
 
Just the day before I heard a rumour of an accident at Blue Grotto, anyone know anything about that?
 
We dove together many times, a wonderful person, I am deeply saddened by this news. RIP my buddy.
 
And the point of not saying the name is...?
 
And the point of not saying the name is...?
He was recovered yesterday, is from out of town and I think folks want to give it time for friends, family etc to be informed in a less "see a social media post to find out a friend died" manner.

I think giving it say 72 hrs is not unreasonable
 

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