National Transportation Safety Board investigators pose in front of the CURV 21, which is being used to find out what happened to the El Faro.
National Transportation Safety Board investigators pose in front of the CURV 21, which is being used to find out what happened to the El Faro. National Transportation Safety Board Courtesy
National Transportation Safety Board investigators pose in front of the CURV 21, which is being used to find out what happened to the El Faro. National Transportation Safety Board Courtesy

Exploration of sunken El Faro awash in challenges

November 09, 2015 07:56 AM

UPDATED November 09, 2015 01:06 PM

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