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Ananiy Malinovskiy, 55, killed, Sergey Golubyatnikov missing, and Alex Tupinov survives boating accident in Tomales Bay in Marin County, California

Modified Date: 
Sat, 12/02/2017 - 5:45pm
Accident Date: 
Monday, October 26, 2015

1 Dead, 1 Missing, 1 Survives After Fishing Boat Accident In TomalesBay

TOMALES BAY (CBS SF) — One boater is dead, one is missing and a third was found alive at the mouth of Tomales Bay in Marin County Monday morning, a National Park Service spokesman said. Water currents at the mouth of Tomales Bay move in different directions, Dell’Osso said. The three were aboard a 20-foot boat believed to be a fishing vessel when a distress call was made between 8 and 9 a.m., park service spokesman John Dell’Osso said. “There was no indication life vests were in use,” Dell’Osso said. One boater was rescued at Tomales Point and the deceased boater was recovered from the water, Dell’Osso said. The search for the missing boater was still underway as of 2:30 p.m.

FIRST VICTIM ID'D IN TOMALES BAY OVERTURNED BOATING INVESTIGATION

The National Park Service found an an adult male floating in Tomales Bay by a passing vessel. The subject was recovered by Marin County Fire Department personnel and pronounced deceased. He has been identified as Ananiy Malinovskiy,a 55-year-old resident of Roseville.

Roseville man found dead after Marin County boat accident

Family members said Malinovsky had gone fishing on the bay with two friends and were about 200 feet from the tip of Tomales Point when they were hit by two waves that seemed to come out of nowhere.

People Involved: 
Ananiy Malinovskiy
Alex Tupinov
Sergey Golubyatnikov

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