COCONUTS EXCLUSIVE: Diver tells us what it was like to be 22 meters deep when the Lombok earthquake hit

The Brit out on a dive at the same location, the USAT Liberty, on the same morning of the earthquake. Photo courtesy of Charlie Cresswell
The scariest part about being underwater when an earthquake hits is that you have no idea what you’ll find when you surface. It could be the apocalypse, but you have no way of knowing until you venture out of the water. At least that was the biggest fear gripping British diver Charlie Cresswell, who was 22 meters

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