The Coast Guard will oversee salvaging and raising the duck boat that capsized and sank Thursday night, killing 17 people on board -- including nine from Indianapolis.
BRANSON, Mo. -- The Coast Guard oversaw salvaging and raising the duck boat that capsized and sank Thursday night, killing 17 people on board -- including nine from Indianapolis.
The sunken boat, owned by Ride the Ducks, was successfully recovered off the stern of the Showboat Branson Belle Monday morning.
The vessel was handed over to the National Transportation Safety Board where they will work to uncover why it capsized during Thursday's storm.
You can watch the recovery below.
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