Bc Ferry Sinks Like The Titanic Climatic Scene From The Movie

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  1. Dean C

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    On Wednesday the Queen of the North BC Ferry ship hit a rock and sank.
    Passengers were all okay and rescued, but talked about reliving the actual Titanic.
     
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    What happened to that missing couple?
     
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    Hmmm, i'll have to keep tabs on this, shipwrecks, in this case a brand new one, facinate the living hell out of me. Hopefully they'll find that missing couple.

    Was there any video footage taken of the sinking?
     
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    No footage has been released yet on the actual sinking. Considering the ferry sank in the middle of the night and was lit with nothing more than handheld lanterns, it would be a miracle if anyone was calm enough to film its sinking with a camcorder possessing low-light capabilities while sitting in a liferaft.

    Hopefully, if they're still alive, the couple will reveal themselves very soon. It would really suck if not everyone safely got off the ship despite having enough time to do so. The crew did a hell of a job in getting so many people safely off the ship, and the townspeople did a hell of a job in assisting the passengers and crew afterwards.
     

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