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South Korea / Ferryboat Sinking #1064020

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 21, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A company apology from the operator of the ferryboat that sank in South Korea quoted; scenes shown of the body recovery operation; details given of the criminal charges against captain and crew members. [Rescue diver Bard YOON†- {thru translator} says the conditions are bad.] [South Korean President PARK Geun-Hye†- {thru translator} criticizes the actions of captain and crew.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Jindo, South Korea: Kyung Lah) The diving operation to the sunken ship with the divers operating at night time, the developments in the investigation into the actions on the ferry and how much cargo was onboard the ship discussed; scenes shown from inside a boat on the Yellow Sea.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with cargo ship captain James Staples, retired US Coast Guard Mario Vittone† and former Navy SEAL Chad Courtley† about the ferry. [STAPLES - talks about vessel traffic and the ship being steered by a third mate.] [VITTONE - outlines the mistakes about not readying to leave the ship.] [COURTLEY - says there are likely no survivors.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Lah, Kyung

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