Lifeboats and helicopters were dispatched to try and find the missing man. Although they hoped Russell was somehow clinging to life, the conditions were treacherous, making it extremely hard for the search party to see anything. After they failed to find any sign of Russell Causley or his body in the vast waters, the police had to notify his daughter, Samantha, of her father's disappearance…
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