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SUBMARINE COLLISION
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March 06, 2001
Members of the Japan-American Society of Hawaii left, and family members of the Ehime Maru crew Kazuteru...
Honolulu, USA
UKELELE PLAYER PERFORMS AT MEMORIAL FOR VICITIMS OF EHIME MARU.
Members of the Japan-American Society of Hawaii left, and family members of the Ehime Maru crew Kazuteru Segawa, from left, (center/near door) Miyako Sakashima, Mikie Nakata, Kazuo Nakata partially blocked, and Ryosuke Terata, far right, listen March 6, 2001, to an ukulele song by Hawaiian player Jake Shimabukuro at a private ceremony in a hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii. Nine Japanese crew and students aboard the Ehime Maru remain lost at sea, as the Uwajima Fisherie High School's fisheries training ship with 35 people on board was hit by the USS Greeneville submarine and sank off Honolulu last February 9.

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