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Capt. and Marine Pilot Burliegh Oscar Bruno died suddenly on Saturday, January 18


by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 29 January 2020 702 -

photo by DASPA (social media)

According to information from “Dominica News Online” and “Dominica Air and Sea Ports Authority”
Capt. and Marine Pilot Burliegh Oscar Bruno died suddenly on Saturday, January 18.

The Board, Management and Staff of DASPA wish to express deepest condolences to the family and friends of one of their Marine Pilots.

Whether he died in the exercise of his job is not yet known.

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