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All six crew members were asleep before deadly dive boat fire, NTSB report says

CBS News Friday, 13 September 2019
New information about the deadly dive boat fire in California raises concerns about whether the crew broke any laws. The wreckage of the boat, Conception, was pulled from the water near Santa Barbara on Thursday. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
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News video: NTSB: All Crew Members Asleep When Conception Caught Fire, Killing 34

NTSB: All Crew Members Asleep When Conception Caught Fire, Killing 34 01:27

Federal authorities said all the crew members aboard the Santa Barbara-based dive boat Conception were asleep when it caught fire and sank earlier this month, killing 34 people off Santa Cruz Island.

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