Sinking of the SS Edmund Fitzgerald

Sinking of the SS Edmund Fitzgerald

It's a bad sea, rolling and wobble and you'll swear by God's awful whining of the screw when you feel that tremor and hear the stern come out of the water and back down and before the stern descends into the water. The crew knew this was over, trust me. They had no warning or chance to go up to land a lifeboat or life raft designed to inflate and self-inflate after reaching a depth of 15 feet. If you're lucky get in and have time to get inside and get into the water.these storms are no joke.deck damage.the galley was in shambles.Refer doors opened.

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