I have a book titled "The Reluctant Raiders" about this squadron. There is a brief account of this plane and crew's loss in it and thought you might like to read some of it. ……….
Lt Keeling and Lt Vidal were on anti shipping patrol off Korea when they spotted a 2500 ton tanker...….By now both planes were subjected to intense medium and light AA. Completing his run, Lt Keeling pulled up to 500 feet with his number three engine smoking. His plane gradually nosed over in a slight turn to starboard before crashing into the water two miles west of the ship."...."Lt Vidal broke off his bombing run when he observed Lt Keeling in distress and headed to scene of the crash. Heavy smoke and flames reached a height of 200 feet after the plane hit the water and only a few pieces of debris and heavy oily smoke were visible when Vidal's plane reached the scene. A uninflated life raft, wheel, and large amount of dye marker was floating on the surface. Lt Vidal had his crew threw out an inflated life raft and survival kit adjacent to the crash, but no survivors were sighted."