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Group calls for moratorium on boat tours of endangered orcas - Torrington Register Citizen

In this photo, an orca surfaces as three pods of Southern Resident killer whales swim in Puget Sound and Elliott Bay along the Seattle waterfront. They spent time near Seattle for much of the afternoon giving a spectacular show for people aboard Washington State Ferries and other vessels on the water. Many on shore were also able to see the large group of orcas along the Seattle waterfront. Photographed on Friday, October 17, 2014. less An orca surfaces in Elliott Bay as three pods of Southern Resident killer whales swim in Puget Sound and Elliott Bay along the Seattle waterfront. They spent time near Seattle for much of the afternoon giving a spectacular show for people aboard Washington State Ferries and other vessels on the water. Many on shore were also able to see the large group of orcas along the Seattle waterfront. Photographed on Friday, October 17, 2014. less FILE - In this July 31, 2015 file photo, an orca leaps out of the water near a whale watching boat in the Salish Sea in the San Juan Islands, Wash. A Washington state task force on critically endangered Northwest orcas wants to temporarily suspend whale-watching boat tours focused on those whales. The group advising the governor voted Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 to recommend a three- to five-year moratorium on viewing southern resident killer whales by all boats in Puget Sound. less FILE - In this July 31, 2015 file photo, an orca swims past a recreational boat sailing just offshore in the Salish Sea in the San Juan Islands, Wash. A Washington state task force on critically endangered Northwest orcas wants to temporarily suspend whale-watching boat tours focused on those whales. The group advising the governor voted Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 to recommend a three- to five-year moratorium on viewing southern resident killer whales by all boats in Puget Sound. less In this photo, an orca surfaces as three pods of Southern Resident killer whales swim in Puget Sound and Elliott Bay along the Seattle waterfront. They spent time near Seattle for much of the afternoon giving a spectacular show for people aboard Washington State Ferries and other vessels on the water. Many on shore were also able to see the large group of orcas along the Seattle waterfront. Photographed on Friday, October 17, 2014. less Source: www.registercitizen.com

Seven Iranian Migrants Rescued in English Channel by UK Border Force - Sputnik International

Dover Lifeboat of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, which runs a 24-hour rescue service in the UK and Ireland, was launched at 2am.

The lifeboat crew rescued a group of men in the English channel waters, who were identified as migrants. The UK Border Force were contacted and subsequently brought the men ashore.

The seven men, who said they were Iranian, were seen by medics but did not require any treatment.

Immigration officials were expected to interrogate the rescued group on Friday morning.

"HM Coastguard is currently assisting Border Force with an incident in the Dover Channel," a brief statement by HM Coastguard said.

The English Channel separated the United Kingdom from continental Europe and is a busy shipping area. Numerous cases migrants attempting to cross the Channel to get to Britain or instances of people-smuggling across the water strip have been registered in the past years.

Groups and individuals attempting to cross Britain's border illegally have also been found to use trucks traveling from Europe to the UK as means of transportation.

The Home Office dealt with a fresh case this week, as 13 men were seen jumping off a Bulgarian lorry in the English village of Mereworth.

READ MORE: Migrants Sneaking to Britain on Trucks: Two Fresh Cases Shock Onlookers

Because of the nature of illegal migration it is not possible to quantify accurately the number of people who are in the country illegally. According to some recent estimates , there are between 300,000 and more than a million illegal immigrant in the UK.

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The Captain of Missouri Tourist Duck Boat That Sank and Killed 17 People Has Been Indicted - TIME

(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) — Charges have been filed against the captain of a tourist boat that sank and killed 17 people, including nine people from an Indiana family, in a southwest Missouri lake over the summer, federal prosecutors said Thursday.

A federal indictment shows 51-year-old Kenneth Scott McKee is facing 17 counts of misconduct, negligence or inattention to duty by a ship’s officer resulting in death. The July accident occurred when an amphibious vessel known as a duck boat sank when a sudden and severe storm rolled into the area.

McKee is accused of not properly assessing the weather before or after the boat went into Table Rock Lake near the tourist town of Branson, U.S. Attorney Tim Garrison said during a news conference in Springfield. Ripley Entertainment, the company that operated the boats, suspended operations following the accident.

A spokeswoman for Ripley Entertainment has repeatedly declined to comment on the investigation but has said the company has cooperated with authorities.

The vessels first take tourists on a trip through Branson, a Midwestern destination for country music shows and entertainment venues about 170 miles (274 kilometers) northwest of Little Rock, Arkansas. The amphibious vehicles then travel to Table Rock Lake for a short excursion on water.

Weather was calm when the vessel known as a Stretch Duck 7 began its trip on July 19, but investigators have contended that operators had ample warning that a strong storm was approaching.

The vessel’s certificate of inspection issued by the Coast Guard in 2017 established rules and limitations on when it could be on the water. It states the boat “shall not be operated waterborne” when winds exceed 35 mph and/or wave heights exceed 2 feet.

Video and audio from the boat, recovered by divers, showed that the lake was calm when the boat entered the water. But the weather suddenly turned violent and, within minutes, the boat sank.

The wind speed at the time of the accident was more than 70 mph, just short of hurricane force, according to the National Transportation Safety Board. Weather forecasts had warned of an impending storm with winds possibly exceeding 60 mph.

The wave height wasn’t known, but cellphone video shot by passengers on a nearby excursion boat showed waves that appeared to be far greater than 2 feet (0.61 meters) high.

In addition to the weather, the Coast Guard has said it was looking into regulatory compliance of the boat and crew member duties and qualifications.

Branson is among several places around the country where the amphibious vehicles offer excursions. Since 1999, 42 deaths have been associated with duck boat accidents .

On May 1, 1999, 13 people died when the Miss Majestic duck boat sank on Lake Hamilton near Hot Springs, Arkansas. In 2015, five college students died and more than 70 people were hurt when a duck boat veered into a charter bus on a bridge in Seattle. Two Hungarian tourists died in 2010 when a stalled duck boat was struck by a tugboat-guided barge on the Delaware River in Philadelphia.

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