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, BC, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 36 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << Carlo did was convicted of criminal negligence causing the death of Gerald Boise and surely ROSAT who died when the ferry hit an island and sank in March two thousand six BC Supreme Court judge SUNY Stromberg Stein says loader abdicated his responsibility and that his former relationship quartermaster Karen breaker the only other person on the bridge that night was a factor in the sinking rose that's cousin Phil throws that says even after a verdict in a sentence she still does not know precisely what happened on the bridge that night will Chris lawyer is planning to file an appeal James Keller the Canadian press Vancouver >>

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