The sole survivor of a boating incident that left three people dead has been discharged from hospital, Stuff reports. The boat capsized in Auckland’s Manukau Harbour on Saturday afternoon. Two Transport Accident Investigation Commission (TAIC) investigators were on their way from Wellington to begin looking into what happened, but so far did not know what might have caused the incident. Sharyn Forsyth, Maritime NZ’s deputy director and chairwoman of the Safer Boating Forum, said the fatal incident was a “horrific lead-in” to Safer Boating Week, which runs this week.