Four people died when a 700-tonne (ton) dredging vessel capsized just outside Reykjavik harbour, Iceland, on October 28.
AV PAN Boats around overturned vessel, Sandey II
GV Helicopter hovering over the sea
GV Overturned vessel being towed by tugs
GV Rescue worker tapping on the bottom of the boat
GV Diners being prepared
GV divers walking across boat and entering water (2 shots)
SV Body being loaded to helicopter
GV Divers entering water
GV Rescue workers cutting hole in bottom of boat while others watch (3 shots)
SV Rescue worker entering boat through hole
GV & CU Diver being put on safety line and entering hull through hole (3 shots)
GV & PAN Rescue workers on top of vessel
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Background: Four people died when a 700-tonne (ton) dredging vessel capsized just outside Reykjavik harbour, Iceland, on October 28. The vessel, the Sandey II, was pumping gravel up from the sea ben in calm conditions, and there was no apparent reason or the tragedy. Two of those on board managed to climb onto the overturned hull and were taken off by the army of rescue workers who were assisted by tugs and helicopter. After the capsize, the vessel was towed to the shore and then grounded.Rescuers then cut a hole through the hull which divers used to gain entry. They found one man, who was pronounced dead on arrival at hospital. Three days later, there was, however, no sign of the other three, and it was officially believed there was no hope of finding them alive. The work of cutting through the hull was hampered by a layer of highly inflammable on the inside.