U.S. sailor Thomas Louis Corogin, front, walks down Chile's ...
Jan 9th, 2012
(AP) - U.S. sailor Thomas Louis Corogin, front, walks down Chile's Navy ship Blanca Encalada upon his arrival to the port of Valparaiso, Chile, Monday, Jan. 9, 2012. The 84-year-old American who put out an emergency distress signal on Jan. 2, 2012 after cracks in his mast made it impossible for him to raise his sails, is in good condition. Chile's navy rerouted a Japanese merchant ship to his location. (AP Photo/Roberto Candia) -
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