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Searchers find wreckage of Arctic Rose in Bering Sea

...the surface and about 200 miles northwest of St. Paul Island, said Capt. Ronald Morris of the Coast Guard Marine Board of Investigation. An unmanned submarine with a camera reached the vessel at about 9:30 a.m. and clearly showed the vessel's...

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Another view of Arctic Rose sought

ANCHORAGE -- The Coast Guard board investigating the sinking of the Arctic Rose will try again to view the sunken vessel with the aid of a remotely operated video camera sometime next month.

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State Briefs

...Nicholas Bond testified Monday about rough conditions, as hearings resumed before a three-member Coast Guard Marine Board of Investigations trying to determine why the 92-foot fishing trawler sank suddenly April 2 in the Bering Sea, killing all...

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Witnesses call Arctic Rose unstable

...safe environment for fishermen to work in," said Capt. Ronald Morris, who is leading the three-person Marine Board of Investigations. But some family members expressed concern that nothing will change. Jennifer Tingey of Montesano, Wash...

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Coast Guard faults owner, rules in sinking

...casualties," the report by a Coast Guard Marine Board of Investigation says, adding current standards "are not commensurate...jeopardized," the report by the Coast Guard Marine Board of Investigation says. "Changes must be pursued immediately...

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Coast Guard hearings into sinking start in Seattle

...said Coast Guard Petty Officer Roger W. Wetherell in Juneau, who released the list of witnesses for the Marine Board of Investigations looking into the case. A National Transportation Safety Board investigator, Robert Ford, will participate...

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Coast Guard aims to use sonar to investigate sinking of Arctic Rose

...help this marine board immensely in determining what happened," said Capt. Ron Morris, chairman of the marine board of investigation. "It would be very difficult for us to determine the cause of this tragedy without more information on what...

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Briefly

...hearings in Anchorage on Thursday and will likely reconvene in Seattle in August to take more testimony. The marine board of investigation is trying to learn how and why the Arctic Rose sank suddenly in the Bering Sea on April 2, killing all 15...

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...Island using a sonar device towed behind the Ocean Explorer, said Capt. Ronald Morris of the Coast Guard Marine Board of Investigation. An unstaffed submarine with a camera reached the vessel at about 9:30 a.m. and clearly showed the name...

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State Briefs

...was the vessel's engineer and among those lost. It was Olney's first appearance before the Coast Guard Marine Board of Investigations looking into the accident, the worst in the Northwest fishery in decades. He has been granted immunity from...

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