Santa Cruz, CA- 34 People Presumed Dead After A California Dive Boat Caught Fire
34 people were presume dead after a California dive boat caught fire in Santa Cruz, CA early Monday morning, September 2, 2019. The accident reportedly happened just before 4 am. The bodies of 20 people, 9 men and 11 women were already recovered. Divers reportedly found 4 other people in the hollowed wreckage of the boat that caught fire. 39 people in total were aboard the Concepcion boat when the boat caught fire off the coast of Santa Cruz, CA.
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