Il fantino Chris Caserta si presume morto dopo essere stato catturato dalla corrente di ritorno

Si presume che il fantino australiano Chris Caserta sia morto dopo essere stato catturato da una corrente di ritorno durante una nuotata a tarda notte, La polizia del Queensland ha detto giovedì.

Poco dopo 10 p.m. di mercoledì, 26-year-old Caserta and a female companion entered the water at Surfers Paradise Beach in Queensland, ha detto la polizia.
La donna, che non è stato identificato dalla polizia, was able to reach the shore, but a land, sea and air search for Caserta remains ongoing.
    “Sfortunatamente, I had the heartbreaking job of telling Chrisparents that this is not a search and rescue for Chris. We’re searching for Chrisbody as the time frame for survival has passed,” Jay Notaro, senior sergeant of Queensland Police, ha detto ai giornalisti.
      It is an absolute tragedy at any time, but particularly just before Christmas. On behalf of the Queensland Police service, I’d like to pass on our sincere condolences to his family, friends and colleagues in the racing industria.
        We’ll continue to search and our goal is to return Chris to his family.
        Caserta wins at Bairnsdale Racecourse in November 2020.

        Notaro added that bystanders alerted authorities and helped to calm the woman after she had recovered from the water.
          They entered the water at a similar time and were quite close when they both got into trouble,” Egli ha detto.
          Rip currentsfast-moving water that usually flows away from the beachare common at Surfers Paradise. The beach is patrolled between 8 a.m. e 5 p.m., according to Notaro, as he warned people not to enter the water outside those times given the potential dangers.
          Di giovedì, Racing Queensland CEO Brendan Parnell said: “Our thoughts are with Chris and his family at this time.
          Racing Queensland is working with the Gold Coast Turf Club (GCTC) to provide welfare and support to Caserta’s family, friends and other members of the racing industry.
            “Innanzitutto, our heart goes out to Chrisfamily and the entire racing community as the search continues,” said GCTC CEO Steve Lines.
            Caserta, who moved from Victoria to Queensland last year, recorded more than 150 wins over the course of his career, secondo Racing.com.

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