On March 6, the 19 meter long fishing vessel Miss Cory capsized and sank off Cape Lazo, Vancouver, British Columbia. The vessel was fishing herring when it capsized when the vessel developed a list. One crewman went below to investigate, but without warning the Miss Cory capsized and sank.
The Four crew on deck were tossed into the water while one crewman was trapped below in the engine room. A nearby fishing vessel rescued the four crew. Authorities dispatched Coast Guard vessels and a helicopter to the scene to look for the remaining crewman. After a search of the area, the search was called off. The crewman was listed missing and presumed drowned.
The Miss Cory sank and rests in 250 meters of water. Authorities have launched an investigation into the incident.