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Duck boat captain, managers charged in 2018 sinking that killed 17 near Branson
Branson, Missouri
   
 
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The Missouri Attorney General and the Stone County prosecuting attorney on Friday announced the filing of criminal charges against three employees of a Branson company whose duck boat capsized during a 2018 storm on Table Rock Lake, killing 17.

The charges stem from the decision by Ride the Ducks employees to have a sightseeing vessel with 31 people on board take to the water of Table Rock Lake in southwest Missouri just ahead of a powerful storm that pummeled the region and caused the boat to sink.


Read more here: https://www.kansascity.com/news/state/missouri/article252793368.html#storylink=cpy

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