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Tall Ship Concordia Medical Officer Survival Story (Video) by Peter A. Mello
February 27, 2010, 10:56 am
Filed under: life, maritime, storytelling | Tags: , ,

It’s alway helpful to hear the story directly from those involved.

David Teegarden was part of the professional crew onboard the SV Concordia and served as her medical officer. In this video interview he tell his story of resetting his dislocated shoulder so that he could climb out of his cabin and escape the sinking vessel.  Interestingly, he used the light from the screen of his laptop to navigate his way through the dark, overturned vessel.

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