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U.S. Navy confirms all 7 missing sailors from USS Fitzgerald found dead

Reuters Monday, 19 June 2017
TOKYO (Reuters) - The U.S. Navy confirmed on Monday that all seven missing sailors on the USS Fitzgerald were found dead in flooded berthing compartments after the destroyer's collision with a container ship off Japan over the weekend.
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News video: Missing Fitzgerald Sailors Found In Flooded Compartments

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All seven missing sailors from the USS Fitzgerald were found dead in flooded berthing compartments following the warship’s collision with a merchant vessel.

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