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article imageDid sex play role in ferry crash?

By Brandigal (Donna)     Feb 8, 2007 in Crime
The Transportation Safety Board confirmed yesterday it has investigated the possibility that sex was taking place on the bridge of B.C. ferry, Queen of the North, when it sank last year.
The crashing of the ferry left two missing and presumed death last March is believed to have happened because two crew members were having sex.
The ferry sank after crashing full speed into the rocks off Gil Island in BC. 99 passengers were rescued and two are still missing but not declared dead offically yet.
The two crew members ( a man and woman) were on the command bridge at the time and the draft report being released in a few days to the board is expected to say this. The offical report to the public will not be for a few months.
A spokesman for B.C. Ferries said "There has been speculation out there (about sexual relations) but we wouldn't comment on that,"
I would not want to be those two crew members and having to live with for the rest of my life, if that is the case of what happened.
The picture of the sunken ferry was found at
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