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Did the Crew of MV Queen of the North do their Jobs Correctly?

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Did the Crew of MV Queen of the North do their Jobs Correctly?

Short | 02:47

Investigators assigned to the sinking of the Queen of the North on March 22, 2006 face contradictory evidence. The crew appear to have done everything by the book ? so what happened?

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The Queen of the North is British Columbia Ferry Services' crown jewel, a luxurious, 410-foot ship that cruises the west coast of Canada. But on March 21, 2006, disaster strikes when the passenger ferry strays off course, hits an island, and fills with icy water. Two passengers are never found, and Canada's Transportation Safety Board immediately launches an investigation. Facts are hard to come by, but rumors of an extramarital affair between two of the bridge crew spark a surprising theory about the ship's final moments.

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