Boating accident leaves pastor in critical condition

A pastor and two other passengers were injured in a boating accident near Catalina Island.

Boating is one of the most rewarding recreational activities, but it can also be one of the most dangerous if people travel without the necessary experience and marine supplies. Even those who have been piloting boats for years are sometimes unable to avoid accidents, which is why it's important to make sure your vessel is equipped with the latest communications and navigational systems available.

The pastor of a Los Alamitos, California, church was critically injured in a boating accident that occurred near Catalina Island, just off the coast of California. Bayless Conley, who is the pastor of Cottonwood Church, underwent surgery to repair soft tissue in his neck and throat, but his vital organs and vocal chords were left uninjured.

The Long Beach Press-Telegram reports that two other passengers, Keith Johnson and Jeff Perry, were hospitalized after the incident. Johnson suffered facial injuries and possibly broken ribs, while Perry is recovering from a fractured sternum, cuts and bruises.

The accident took place on February 3 near Two Harbors, a small community that is located on the isthmus of Catalina Island.

In addition to serving as a pastor at Cottonwood Church, Conley is also a broadcaster who hosts the television show "Answers with Bayless Conley."

Even if you're an experienced sailor, it is important to make sure that your vessel is in good condition and that it has all the tools you need to communicate with the shore and navigate safely wherever you happen to be sailing. You can find the best marine electronics technology by shopping at ePal, the leading internet retailer for marine supplies and parts.

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