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Hawaii / Submarine-Fishing Boat Collision / Investigation #195553

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 18, 2001
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Honolulu: Neal Karlinsky) The release of the first underwater pictures of the Japanese fishing boat Ehime Maru, which sank after a collision with the submarine USS Greeneville, featured; scenes shown of the trawler upright underwater. [Yesterday, Pacific commander-in-chief Admiral Thomas FARGO - expresses sympathy for the Japanese families.] The status of investigations by the Federal Aviation Administration and the Navy, which will hold a court of inquiry focusing on Captain Scott Waddle, updated. [Military legal analyst Eugene FIDELL - outlines the issues of responsibility.]

Karlinsky, Neal;
Simpson, Carole

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