National Transportation Safety Board Vice Chairman T. Bella Dinh-Zarr, center, at a press conference Wednesday that included Coast Guard Capt. Mark Fedor, right, and federal accident investigator Tom Roth-Roffy. With the search for survivors over, work will now focus on determining what caused the El Faro to lose power and sink.
National Transportation Safety Board Vice Chairman T. Bella Dinh-Zarr, center, at a press conference Wednesday that included Coast Guard Capt. Mark Fedor, right, and federal accident investigator Tom Roth-Roffy. With the search for survivors over, work will now focus on determining what caused the El Faro to lose power and sink. Alex Harris Miami Herald Staff
National Transportation Safety Board Vice Chairman T. Bella Dinh-Zarr, center, at a press conference Wednesday that included Coast Guard Capt. Mark Fedor, right, and federal accident investigator Tom Roth-Roffy. With the search for survivors over, work will now focus on determining what caused the El Faro to lose power and sink. Alex Harris Miami Herald Staff

Coast Guard calls off search for El Faro crew

October 07, 2015 08:07 PM

UPDATED October 08, 2015 09:33 AM

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