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Australian Airbus Spots Lost US teenage around the world solo sailor Abby Sunderland in Indian Ocean

Whew ! I am glad rescue is on the way. Abby has been posting to her blog http://soloround.blogspot.com/ and you can see details of her and her voyage and spirit at http://www.abbysunderland.com/. According to news reports she will not be continuing her voyage and according to an expert in the BBC article this was a bad time for sailing in the Indian Ocean due to the weather. I am happy she is safe. http://bit.ly/dbjPPL

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