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Final body found in California boat fire, Coast Guard issues lithium battery warning

Reuters Thursday, 12 September 2019
Divers on Wednesday recovered the remains of the final victim of a California dive boat fire that killed 34 people, as the U.S. Coast Guard issued a safety bulletin focusing on emergency escape routes, crew training and the charging of lithium-ion batteries.
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News video: Coast Guard Issues Lithium-Ion Battery Warning After Deadly Boat Fire

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The Coast Guard's bulletin suggests investigators may be looking into whether devices being charged may have sparked the California boat fire.

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