Killing peopleChris’s formerly almost succumbed to a dangerous case of dehydration while working under Captain Keith Colburn.
He worked as diligently as he could when the situation got worse. So what exactly went downhill at the time.
While sailing the Bering Sea to catch Alaskan King Crab, Chris started experiencing pain in his neck and arms while working on the show.
Before long, his excruciating pain turned into petrifying convulsions that left the brow wearer at a loss of what to do, to keep him safe.
The boat has no doctor, his health has done nothing but a rapid decline. Chris Scambler started to get agitated and shaken.
With the situation getting worse by the minute, captain Keith Colburn took stock of the situation to ensure his safety.
Specifically, the Captain made the quick but difficult decision to call in a platoon to get Chris off the Wizard for his safety.
The captain’s initial plan was that after the air force lifted him up, the coast guard would take him to a nearby hospital so he could rehydrate.
In fact, dehydration is nothing to worry about, especially when you’re doing heavy physical work. If not, it could be the end of someone’s life.
While Chris was about to be removed from the Wizard, Chris apologized to Captain Keith for causing inconvenience to the entire crew.