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The Last Moments of a Scuba Diver

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  • 14 Feb, 2013  |
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№1 Author: maiz99 (15 Feb 2013 02:41) Total user comments: 141


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what's going on? a sea monster? :09:
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№2 Author: johnny Reynoso (15 Feb 2013 23:29) Total user comments: 3712


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:15: la fuerza del mar es cabrona
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№3 Author: adzhoe (16 Feb 2013 07:44) Total user comments: 14959


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Breakerzone
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№4 Author: Lu (16 Feb 2013 20:18) Total user comments: 14830


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Back surge of a giant wave?
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№5 Author: ADoA (17 Feb 2013 03:15) Total user comments: 89


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The title is misleading (a lie to be accurate). The diver is just fine. This happened in Maui. Quote:

"While scuba diving recently off Maui's rugged Nakalele Point, John Hoover discovered what it feels like to be sucked into the abyss, which in reality was merely a torrent of bubbles as part of a powerful surge generated by strong surf. Nobody was injured during this seemingly harrowing diving experience, according to the description posted with the soundless clip."
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№6 Author: Blowback (28 Feb 2013 12:29) Total user comments: 0


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Indeed, even without the info from ADoA, that dude will have been fine.
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