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  • fred
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    “The submarine is completely intact, has no visible damage to the hull and the hatches are closed. Therefore do we fear that the crew members were not able to save themselves when the sub went down,” said Ocean X diver Stefan Hogeborn.

    This is something that always makes me wonder. How many disasters causing loss of life has occured and Russia just covers it up (ie: their space program).

    Very interested to see how this story progresses.

  • Electrickery (edited 3 years ago)
    +4

    “We are 110 percent sure that it is within Swedish waters”

    Lost me there. That extra 10% . Not necessary.

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