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Company Whose Dive Boat Sank And Killed 34 Suspends Operations

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Company Whose Dive Boat Sank And Killed 34 Suspends Operations

Company Whose Dive Boat Sank And Killed 34 Suspends Operations

On Labor Day, the 75-foot dive boat Conception caught fire and sank off the California coast.

34 people died.

Tuesday, Reuters reports the owners of the boat said they had suspended operations indefinitely.

The news comes amid the investigation of one of the state’s worst maritime disasters.

Owned by Truth Aquatics, the craft burst into flames on Sept.

2, killing 33 passengers and a crew member.

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