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US Senator Calls For Investigation Of Cruise Ship In Storm Florida Senator Bill Nelson is calling for an investigation into a cruise ship that ran into high winds and rough seas in the Atlantic over the weekend.
U.S. Coast Guard To Hold Hearings On 'El Faro' SinkingThe U.S. Coast Guard will hold hearings into the sinking of El Faro which took the lives of 33 crew members while sailing on the Atlantic.
Investigators Consider Search For El Faro's "Black Box"Federal investigators are considering launching another search in the wreckage of El Faro, the cargo ship that sank in October, in an effort to find the ship's "black box."
Grand Jury Indicts Truck Driver In Tracy Morgan CrashA New Jersey grand jury on Wednesday indicted the truck driver who crashed into a limo van carrying Tracy Morgan, killing one man and severely injuring the comedian.
Victims Of Opa Locka Plane Crash Remain In The HospitalAuthorities removed a small plane from the Opa Locka site where it crashed just a day before.
‘She Was Living Her Dream’ Says Husband Of Wife Killed In Ohio Plane CrashA father is left trying to plan a life without his partner following a deadly plane crash in Ohio.
Pilot Did Not Issue Distress Call Before Ohio CrashThe pilot of a South Florida based jet which crashed into an empy apartment building in northern Ohio did not send out a distress call before he went down.
Investigation Underway After South Florida-Based Airplane Crashes In OhioFederal aviation investigators are trying to determine why a South Florida based airplane crashed in Ohio Tuesday afternoon, killing all people on board.
NTSB Looks At Fuel Coupling In Lauderdale Plane FireA fuel supply coupling assembly will be given a second look by the National Transportation Safety Board as they look into what caused a Dynamic International Airways Boeing 767 to catch fire at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
Lawsuit Filed On Behalf Of 5 Polish 'El Faro' Crew Members' FamiliesThree days after the U.S. Navy located the ill-fated the cargo ship the El Faro on the bottom of the ocean off the Bahamas, attorneys in Miami filed suit against the ship's owner and the estate of its captain, Michael Davidson.
Feds: Wreckage Identified As Ill-Fated Cargo Ship 'El Faro' Federal investigators say they have identified the wreckage found 15,000 feet deep as El Faro ship, reported lost at sea.
Wreckage From El Faro Believed To Have Been FoundU.S. authorities have found the wreckage of what they believe is El Faro, the cargo ship missing since October 1st.

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