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Owners of Dive Boat File "Lawsuit" to Prevent Lawsuits

Owners of Dive Boat File Lawsuit to Prevent Lawsuits after 34 People Perish in California Boat Fire Taking advantage of a law that predates the Civil War, Truth Aquatics (the owner of the dive boat that went up in massive flames over the Labor Day Weekend) filed a federal ...

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Blog posts in Boating Accidents

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    25 Dead, 9 Missing After Fire Destroys Charter Scuba Dive Boat According news reports published by Reuters , the New York Times and the Associated ...

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  • Commercial Diving Accidents

    Depending on the source you consult, it is estimated that there are from 3,000 to 7,000 commercial divers at work in the United States and in its ...

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  • Sight-Seeing Tours and Drowning Accidents

    Even though the eastern seaboard states have seen more than their share of bad weather in the last several months, bad weather is not known to ...

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  • Accidental Drowning Water Safety Laws and Regulations

    There are voluntary guidelines that were developed by the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. These voluntary guidelines include both ...

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  • Drowning Victims Finally Identified

    The names of drowning victims who died in boating accidents on the Fourth of July weekend in Waupaca County, Wisconsin were released recently, ...

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  • Last-Minute Schedule Change Lets Sheriff Saves Drowning Man

    Morrow County, Oregon Undersheriff Steve Myren pulled a Walla Walla man from the chilly waters of the Columbia River during a Fourth of July ...

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  • Overturned Canoe Causes Drowning Death

    Four males, tossed into the water at Illinois' Rock Cut State Park when their canoe capsized, were the source of an emergency call when one of the men ...

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  • Refugees Drown as Navy Looks On

    More than a dozen Somali refugees drowned while crossing the Gulf of Aden this week while a naval boat ignored cries for help, reports say. Nearly 100 ...

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  • Former Police Officer Pleads Guilty in Friend's Drowning

    Former police officer Kenneth Reda, 38, plead guilty earlier this month to second degree homicide by vessel, tampering with evidence, violating the ...

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