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Attorney For Dive Boat Owner Disputes NTSB Claim That Crew Members Were Asleep When Conception Caught Fire

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Attorney For Dive Boat Owner Disputes NTSB Claim That Crew Members Were Asleep When Conception Caught Fire

Attorney For Dive Boat Owner Disputes NTSB Claim That Crew Members Were Asleep When Conception Caught Fire

A lawyer for the owner of the scuba diving boat disputed federal investigators' claims that all six of the vessel's crew members were sleeping when the blaze erupted in the middle of the night.

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