Two men plucked from the ocean off Two Rocks on Monday after their newly-purchased boat sank remain in hospital on Tuesday.
One man, a 38-year-old, is in intensive care at Joondalup Health Campus in a critical condition while his friend, a 36-year-old, was transferred to Royal Perth Hospital on Monday night for specialist burns treatment.
He remains in RPH in a stable condition.
The pair were rescued by Water Police after the emergency beacon on their 5.8 metre fibreglass boat was activated when the vessel was hit by a big wave and began taking on water about two nautical miles off shore.
The boat had been purchased by one of the men on Sunday.
Water Police Sergeant Michael Wear said they were found in the water floating close to each other.
“Both were in a serious condition,” he said.
“The last we heard is that one of the men was conscious and doing OK, but the other was unconscious.
“There are reports they have some sort of fuel vapour burns but we don’t know why or what’s happened.”
Sgt Wear said the vessel may have sunk to the bottom of the ocean. Follow WAtoday on Twitter
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