Is Harrison okene still alive?

A diver has spoken of his shock after finding a man alive in a sunken boat. Chef Harrison Okene was trapped in the tugboat for three days after it capsized off the Nigerian coast, but survived in an air pocket. Tony Walker was one of the three DCN divers who found Mr Okene during their search of the boat’s remains.

What was the last boat to sink?

End of era: Navy retires the USS Simpson, last modern ship to sink an enemy vessel.

Who is Harrison Odjegba okene?

Harrison Odjegba Okene, 29, has transformed his life since a diver fished him out of the sea: He never again wants to find himself in a boat galley, and has since started working as a cook on firm ground. Okene was the only survivor in a crew of 12 when the Jascon 4 capsized in May, and that still haunts him.

Was Harrison okene the only survivor?

Harrison Okene, centre, was the sole survivor of the 12-man crew. In 2013, Harrison Okene became an accidental aquanaut when he survived more than 60 hours at the bottom of the ocean by breathing through an air pocket. The ship eventually settled 30m down on the sea bed, upside down. Everyone drowned, except Okene.

What’s the biggest ship to ever sink?

RMS Titanic The sinking of the biggest passenger ship ever built at the time resulted in the death of more than 1,500 of the 2,208 people onboard.

What other ship sank Besides the Titanic?

Besides the Titanic, 9 More of the Worst Ship Disasters Ever

  1. 1 MV Wilhelm Gustloff: Largest Loss of Life of All Time.
  2. 2 MV Doña Paz: Largest Non-Military Loss.
  3. 3 RMS Lusitania: Sank in 18 Minutes.
  4. 4 RMS Lancastria: Worst Loss of Life on a British Ship.
  5. 5 RMS Empress of Ireland: Worst Disaster in Canadian History.

How did Harrison Odjegba okene survive?

He was rescued by a diver who first used hot water to warm him up, then attached him to an oxygen mask. Once free of the sunken boat, he was put into a decompression chamber and then safely returned to the surface.

How long can you survive under water in an air pocket?

If the pressurized air pocket were about 216 cubic feet (6 cubic m), Umansky reckoned, it would contain enough oxygen to keep Okene alive for about two-and-a-half days, or 60 hours. But there is an additional danger: carbon dioxide (CO2), which is lethal to humans at concentrations of about 5 percent.