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Nicholas A. Anast, 55, killed in kayaking accident in Tomales Bay, Marin County, California

Modified Date: 
Sat, 02/20/2016 - 4:01pm
Accident Date: 
Wednesday, March 18, 2015

55-year-old Santa Rosa professor dead in kayaking accident

“Both kayakers said to be wearing life vests, but victim was found not to be wearing one by rescue personnel,” sheriff’s officials said. 

SRJC campus mourns loss of professor in kayak accident

Santa Rosa Junior College life sciences professor Nicholas Anast, who died in a kayaking accident Wednesday afternoon, was an inspirational teacher but a tough grader, according to school officials and comments by his students.

Sonoma County man killed in kayaking accident near Tomales Bay

The Coast Guard helicopter and Marin County firefighters were able to retrieve the survivor from the rocky shoreline, which could not be reached by boat due to the high surf, but it was more than an hour before the victim's body was spotted by a news helicopter in the area, Pittman said.
Emergency personnel rushed to the area after receiving a report of two kayakers crashing into the rocks close to Dillon Beach on Wedesday. One kayaker was rescued, but one of them, Nicholas A. Anast, 55, was killed in the accident. The kayakers were coming from Nick's Cove when they crashed. Anast was a professor at Santa Rosa Junior College.

 

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