The 790-foot El Faro sank Oct. 1 after sailing into the path of Hurricane Joaquin, killing the crew of 33. Investigators plan to resume a search for the ship’s “black box” in April.
The 790-foot El Faro sank Oct. 1 after sailing into the path of Hurricane Joaquin, killing the crew of 33. Investigators plan to resume a search for the ship’s “black box” in April. AP
The 790-foot El Faro sank Oct. 1 after sailing into the path of Hurricane Joaquin, killing the crew of 33. Investigators plan to resume a search for the ship’s “black box” in April. AP

Search for El Faro black box will resume off Bahamas

February 11, 2016 06:30 PM

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