Police Officer Dies in Scuba Accident

by Administrator 5. October 2009 04:10

Divers searched Sunset Cliffs for an hour, Tuesday, beforethey found the body of 46 year-old police officer, Daniel Forchione. Forchionewas diving with local a local scuba company when he ran out of air and tried tosurface.

According to police, Forchione was over weighted and sank tothe bottom after becoming entangled in kelp. He was diving off a vessel namedD&D II, one of three boats currently operated by Dive Connections Inc.Online records from the U.S Coast Guard show a long history of mechanical andsafety violations on various Dive Connections boats. These violations includeworn out equipment, failure to keep training logs, as well as rudder andsteering problems.

Harbor Unit police are still investigating Forchione’s deathand no criminal charges have been filed.

If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident,please contact the Phoenix Personal Injury Attorneys of Haralson, Miller, Pitt,Feldman & McAnally, PLC by calling 877-366-5557.

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