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UPDATE: Owner Of Sunken Boat Says Captain Tried To Warn Approaching Vessel

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The Nina Marie

The Nina Marie

 a sportfishing boat from Rhode Island

a sportfishing boat from Rhode Island

 was partly submerged after colliding with a commercial fishing boat about 17 miles off shore on Sunday morning. The Nina Marie was dragged back to shore by Sea-Tow Shinnecock/Moriches while the other boat

was partly submerged after colliding with a commercial fishing boat about 17 miles off shore on Sunday morning. The Nina Marie was dragged back to shore by Sea-Tow Shinnecock/Moriches while the other boat

 the Elizabeth J

the Elizabeth J

authorKyle Campbell on May 17, 2015
UPDATE: 10:15 a.m. Monday The owner of the Elizabeth J said the captain of his ship attempted to radio the Nina Marie shortly before the sport fishing boat collided with... more

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