Prince William Rescues Ship Crew

Two members of a Russian crew were rescued from a cargo ship that sunk in the Irish Sea Sunday, but one person died and five are still missing. Prince William was the co-pilot of a helicopter that plucked the two Russians from an "enormous wave" 10 miles off the coast of north Wales. They were airlifted to safety, and Prince William then returned to his base in Wales. The Swanland ship was carrying 3,000 tons of limestone when it was battered by gale-force winds and sank early Sunday.