Captain of Doomed Ship Said 'Clock Was Ticking' in Final Call
The US Coast Guard held an investigative hearing Feb. 20 into the Oct. 1 sinking of the cargo ship El Faro.
El Faro Second Mate Texted Storm Warning to Captain
Before the freighter El Faro sank, the captain was warned by a text message from his vacationing second mate that a storm loo...
Hearing Seeks Answers about Why El Faro Sailed into Storm
The captain of the doomed freighter El Faro emailed his superiors asking about changing the route home the day before his shi...
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Sub Sailor Pleads Guilty, Gets 2 Years for Videotaping Female Officers
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University of Fla. Suspends Frat over Abuse of Wounded Vets
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El Faro's Tragic Ending 'Burned' in Investigator's Mind
For everyone involved, listening to recordings of the crew bravely working to save the ship and themselves was a brutal exerc...
For Doomed El Faro Crew, Concern Turned into Paralyzing Panic
Crew members aboard a doomed cargo ship expressed increasingly dire concern, transcripts show.
NTSB: Search Crews Find El Faro's Missing Data Recorder
Search crews have found the missing data recorder of the sunken freighter El Faro, which went down in 15,000 feet of water du...
Coast Guard Initially Didn't Think El Faro Was Sinking
When an initial report arrived saying the captain of the cargo ship El Faro had called ashore for help, the U.S. Coast Guard...
El Faro Was on Coast Guard List of At-risk Vessels
The El Faro sank just before it was to be added to a Coast Guard list of vessels identified as having the most "potential for...
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