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CANADA-SEALS/ACCIDENT
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April 01, 2008
The sealing boat Madelinot War Lord (bottom) and the Canadian icebreaker Sir William Alexander sit idle...
Sydney, Canada
Sealing boat Madelinot War Lord and icebreaker Sir William Alexander sit near site of sunken L'Acadien...
The sealing boat Madelinot War Lord (bottom) and the Canadian icebreaker Sir William Alexander sit idle near the site of the sunken L'Acadien II north of Cape Breton island, Nova Scotia, in this photo taken March 29, 2008. Three seal hunters died on Saturday after a fishing vessel capsized in the icy waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, marking the first accident of Canada's 2008 seal hunt season. The Madelinot Warlord rescued two of the crew after their vessel capsized while under tow by the ice breaker early Saturday morning. Three bodies were later recovered and one reported as missing. The Canadian government has ordered an investigation into the incident. Picture taken March 29. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA)
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