Safety Questions Remain Around Conception Fire

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Truth, a Truth Aquatics vessel and a sister boat to the Conception, is docked in Santa Barbara. The Conception burned and sank on Sep. 2, killing 34 people. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

The National Transportation Safety Board released a preliminary report on the Labor Day fire aboard a diving vessel off Santa Cruz Island. It reveals that the five surviving crew members were asleep when the fire broke out at around 3 AM. That fire killed 34 people. The last body was just pulled from the wreckage on Thursday.

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