The Canadian Press

2013-06-24 | Ferry Sinking Trial

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Karl Lilgert, the navigator aboard the Queen of the North ferry when it sank off Gil Island, BC, in 2006, killing two passengers, was sentenced to four years for two counts of criminal negligence causing death. Canadian Press reporter James Keller had this report.

Date: 2013-06-24
Placeline: VANCOUVER, British Columbia.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 36 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << Carl luikart was convicted of criminal negligence causing the deaths of Gerald foisy and Shirley rosette who died when the fairy hit an island and sank in March 2006 BC Supreme Court Judge Sonia Stromberg sign says lilgert abdicated his responsibility and that is former relationship of quartermaster Karen briker the only other person on the bridge that night was a factor in The Stinking Rose at the cousin Phyllis rose that says even after a verdict in a sentence she still does not know precisely what happened on the bridge that night Wilbert's lawyer is planning to file an appeal James Keller the Canadian Press Vancouver >>