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Boat-crash survivor, police-chief dad push for tougher water-safety laws

A young woman who nearly lost her life in a boating accident a year ago is using her story to help push for strong water safety laws. She also speaking out about being the first person to ever have nerve graft surgery using her own cells.

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Flashback Miami

Fire on the SS Yarmouth

The sinking that changed the cruise industry forever: On Nov. 13, 1965, the Bahamas-bound SS Yarmouth Castle was swept by fire and sank in the Atlantic with 550 aboard. The result was a four-hour rescue and sweeping changes to cruise liners.

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