17 captains were killed in a US cruise ship storm and 17 charges were charged.

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 17 captains were killed in a US cruise ship storm and 17 charges were charged.


On the evening of July 19, an amphibious cruise ship in Lake Tabulock, Missouri, suffered a severe storm and capsized and sank, killing 17 people and rescuing 14 others. There were 1 sailors in the deceased.

According to the indictment, 51-year-old captain Kenneth Scott McKee faces 17 charges of misconduct, negligence or negligence. Specific charges include: failing to properly assess the weather conditions before and after entering Lake Tabulock; failing to tell passengers to use life-saving equipment or remind them to abandon the ship when they are hit by waves; failing to speed up to the nearest coast after the accident; blocking the safe exit of the ship, etc. According to earlier reports, Steve Lindenberg, a meteorologist at the National Meteorological Administration, said that on the evening of the incident, the meteorological department issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the Branson area where Lake Tabulock is located. Lindenberger said that the local wind speed exceeds 60 miles per hour (about 97 kilometers). Source: overseas web editor: Li Cong _B11284

According to the indictment, 51-year-old captain Kenneth Scott McKee faces 17 charges of misconduct, negligence or negligence.

Specific charges include: failing to properly assess the weather conditions before and after entering Lake Tabulock; failing to tell passengers to use life-saving equipment or remind them to abandon the ship when they are hit by waves; failing to speed up to the nearest coast after the accident; blocking the safe exit of the ship, etc.

According to earlier reports, Steve Lindenberg, a meteorologist at the National Meteorological Administration, said that on the evening of the incident, the meteorological department issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the Branson area where Lake Tabulock is located. Lindenberger said that the local wind speed exceeds 60 miles per hour (about 97 kilometers).