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American sailing solo rescued after storm (The Columbus Dispatch)
by NewsReader 01-06-2007

PUNTA ARENAS, Chile ? An American sailor who spent three days adrift after a storm dashed his round-the-world voyage was headed toward land yesterday after being rescued in treacherous waters off the southern tip of South America.

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