Families gather at the Seafarers Union Hall Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015, in Jacksonville to wait for news on the crew of 33 aboard the missing cargo ship El Faro. The ship has not been heard from since it lost power and was taking on water in seas churned up by Hurricane Joaquin.
Families gather at the Seafarers Union Hall Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015, in Jacksonville to wait for news on the crew of 33 aboard the missing cargo ship El Faro. The ship has not been heard from since it lost power and was taking on water in seas churned up by Hurricane Joaquin. Bruce Lipsky AP
Families gather at the Seafarers Union Hall Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015, in Jacksonville to wait for news on the crew of 33 aboard the missing cargo ship El Faro. The ship has not been heard from since it lost power and was taking on water in seas churned up by Hurricane Joaquin. Bruce Lipsky AP

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