A crew member of a Singapore-registered tanker has died after falling overboard in tough climate off Boston Harbor on Tuesday morning.

The incident happened round 4:30 a.m. when a crew member of the MTM Dublin apparently fell into the water whereas reducing the ship’s ladder to embark a Boston Harbor pilot.

A close-by fishing vessel responded to a misery name and efficiently rescued the sufferer from the water, regardless of the darkish and difficult situations. Crew members carried out CPR as they transported the sufferer to shore to awaiting personnel who transported them to the hospital.

The district lawyer’s workplace introduced Wednesday that the sufferer had died.

AIS information exhibits the ship moored at a terminal in Quincy, MA, since Wednesday.