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Snoozing crew raises specter of criminal charge in boat fire

Hindu Friday, 13 September 2019
The National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday that all crew members on the boat Conception were asleep when the pre-dawn fire broke out Sept. 2 off the coast of Santa Barbara.
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News video: No Cause Yet In Deadly Dive Boat Fire, Entire Crew Asleep When Fire Started

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The National Transportation Safety Board's preliminary report into what caused the deadly dive boat fire on Labor Day did not determine a cause, but we now know the entire crew was asleep when the fire started.

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