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Mike Rosenbloom CMM 253 Professor Seymour 2-20-08 S.S. Cube The U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard are still investigating the sinking of a luxury ocean liner, the S.S. Cube, which was going down early this morning. The boat, which was en route from the North Pole to New York, was carrying 770 passengers. Details are scarce, but according to a spokesman the Navy and the Coast Guard responded to distress call from the 78-foot vessel at about 1 am this morning. When the helicopters arrived at the scene, the bow of the boat was sticking straight up from the cold
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Unformatted text preview: water. Lifeboats could be seen around the area of the sinking. The spokesman said he does not know how many people survived. It is currently not known what caused the accident. A spokesman from Ice Pick Lines, I.C. Tray, said he has reports that the boat hit a rock, but he couldn’t be 100% sure of what was the exact cause. More helicopters are being sent to the scene of the accident to assist in the investigation....
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