A Sri Lankan who rescued a baby daughter who was on sank ship
British Indian Steam Navigation Ship R.M.S. Quetta (Quetta) was a passenger and postal cruise ship from England to Australia that sailed through Colombo Harbor. As a result the Sinhalese sailors were also in the boat.
Unfortunately, on February 28, 1980, the vessel sank near the island of Thursede in the Queensland Sea, killing 134 people on board. In fact, a lot of people were paying attention to that unfortunate incident. We tell you the story of a man who survived a shipwreck