Perth kite surfer Matthew Wing survived becoming stranded on beach by burying himself in sand Dail

Perth kite surfer Matthew Wing survived becoming stranded on beach by burying himself in sand   Dail


Perth kite surfer Matthew Wing survived becoming stranded on beach by burying himself in sand Dail A kite surfer has detailed his tale of survival after becoming stranded more than 30 kilometres from his intended destination.  Matthew Wing, from , Western Australia, said he feared he wouldnt survive the night when he washed up on a remote beach at Geraldton in the states mid west.   The kite fell out of the sky, the wave over ran the kite and somehow I managed to tear it with a line, he told  of the ordeal.  Kite surfer Matthew Wing has detailed his tale of survival after becoming stranded more than 30 kilometres from his intended destination Thats when I realised I was in a bit of trouble.   The father of twos nightmare unfolded when strong waves and wind gusts swept him off course by 30 kilometres on Friday afternoon.  The kits malfunction dragged the experienced kite surfer past his intended destination at Coronation Beach.  After washing ashore on a remote beach, Mr Wing was forced to climb treacherous cliffs until he couldnt walk any more. It is believed a malfunction of his kite meant the experienced kite surfer was dragged past his intended destination at Coronation Beach  But choosing to bury himself in sand amidst the beachs freezing temperatures would prove to be a decision which would save his life.     That was the coldest Ive ever been in my life…I didnt sleep at all last night, he said. Meanwhile, after Mr Wing failed to arrive at Coronation Beach from his intended 10 kilometre kite surf on Friday night, friends were quick to raise the alarm.   More than 17 hours after he went missing, Mr Wing in grey was spotted by the crew of a marine rescue boat walking along the beach Soon, a large search operation was launched, including police, planes, boats and helicopters and the State Emergency Services volunteers.  More than 17 hours after he went missing, Mr Wing was spotted by the crew of a marine rescue boat walking along the beach.  After a short stint in hospital, Mr Wing was released to return to his holiday in Geraldton on Saturday afternoon. The comments below have not been moderated. By posting your comment you agree to our . Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline? Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual. Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline? Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline. To do this we will link your MailOnline account with your Facebook account. Well ask you to confirm this for your first post to Facebook. You can choose on each post whether you would like it to be posted to Facebook. Your details from Facebook will be used to provide you with tailored content, marketing and ads in line with our . Published by Associated Newspapers Ltd Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday Metro Media Group

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