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It Took an Hour to Report the USS Fitzgerald Crash

Authorities are examining why the container ship made a U-turn, and why it took so long to call the Japanese coast guard.
Source: Reuters

Investigators have only begun their search for answers into what caused a Philippine container ship to collide with a U.S. Navy destroyer over the weekend, which led to the death of seven U.S. sailors. One of the biggest questions is why it took the container ship’s crew nearly an hour to report the

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