Friends hold ‘a sprinkle of hope’ after 11 days at sea for missing man

Eleven days after the cargo ship carrying 43 crew and almost 6000 cattle capsized in the East China Sea, the loved ones of crew are holding onto hope that they’ll be found alive. Tom Suttor is half expecting William Mainprize to turn up at his door or send him a text. The pair have been friends for eight years and it was Suttor who introduced him to working as a stockperson, responsible for monitoring the welfare of animals. Mainprize’s sense of adventure and love of animals has kept him working on cargo ships. After completing a trip, Mainprize, from Avalon on Sydney’s northern beaches, would set off to explore: cycling around the Middle East or exploring Mongolia. He also worked as a wilderness guide in Tasmania and the Northern Territory, and had plans to get a master’s degree in teaching. READ MORE:’Absolutely desperate’: Parents of missing livestock herd manager plea for Government’s help in rescue effortsFamily ‘understands decision’ to scale back search of missing crewmenCaptain’s texts in final moments as capsized livestock ship sailed straight into eye of the typhoon Family of missing Southland man on capsized livestock boat remain hopeful he is still alive Suttor is hoping his friend… Read full this story

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