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  • Video shows El Faro cargo ship that sank during Category 4 hurricane

    Eerie video from 15,000 feet under the ocean surface shows the wreckage of the 790-foot freighter that went down with 33 crew members during a Hurricane Joaquin Oct. 1 have been released by the National Transportation Safety Board. The ship down east of the Bahamas. The voyage recorder has not been found and additional details remain a mystery.

Eerie video from 15,000 feet under the ocean surface shows the wreckage of the 790-foot freighter that went down with 33 crew members during a Hurricane Joaquin Oct. 1 have been released by the National Transportation Safety Board. The ship down east of the Bahamas. The voyage recorder has not been found and additional details remain a mystery. NTSB
Eerie video from 15,000 feet under the ocean surface shows the wreckage of the 790-foot freighter that went down with 33 crew members during a Hurricane Joaquin Oct. 1 have been released by the National Transportation Safety Board. The ship down east of the Bahamas. The voyage recorder has not been found and additional details remain a mystery. NTSB

On the bridge of El Faro, doomed crew struggled to maintain control in final hours

April 12, 2017 1:00 AM