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February 11, 1989 | From Associated Press
Three Cuban crewmen were missing and feared dead Friday after their darkened, drifting cargo vessel was cut in two by a cruise liner off the coast of Cuba, shipping and Coast Guard officials said. None of the 1,500 vacationing passengers and 600 crew members aboard the Miami-based Celebration were injured in the pre-dawn collision, which caused only minor damage to the liner's port bow.
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September 1, 1989 | From United Press International
An American tugboat sank in Cuban waters with five crew members and a U.S. Coast Guard officer aboard, but all six were rescued, the Coast Guard reported Thursday. Cuban authorities permitted the Coast Guard to enter their territory Wednesday to carry out the rescue, Lt. Cmdr. Jeff Karonis said.
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September 1, 1989 | From United Press International
An American tugboat sank in Cuban waters with five crew members and a U.S. Coast Guard officer aboard, but all six were rescued, the Coast Guard reported Thursday. Cuban authorities permitted the Coast Guard to enter their territory Wednesday to carry out the rescue, Lt. Cmdr. Jeff Karonis said.
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February 11, 1989 | From Associated Press
Three Cuban crewmen were missing and feared dead Friday after their darkened, drifting cargo vessel was cut in two by a cruise liner off the coast of Cuba, shipping and Coast Guard officials said. None of the 1,500 vacationing passengers and 600 crew members aboard the Miami-based Celebration were injured in the pre-dawn collision, which caused only minor damage to the liner's port bow.
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