Not like the local paper to get the facts wrong, but a tradegy none the less. Evening Express - Article - Major fined £5,000 after canoe drowning tragedy Kaylee was a local army cadet who was on a camp over on the West Coast when the Rib she was in flipped in heavy seas. She was trapped under the boat due to her life jacket being for adults and thus too buoyant, pinning her to the underside. Unfortunately a head count was not done and she was not discovered for 90 minutes. She did not survive. The (ACF) Officer incharge, Major George McCallum was fined £5000 after he admitted charges related to health and safety. Strangely, the coxwain of the boat, who's judgement was called into question for travelling at speed in rough seas, was not charged. He was in over all charge of the exercise, but others were in charge of safety. Seems he may have taken the fall for others?