Drunken Freighter Captain Gets 14 Days

Friday, November 05, 2010

According to a Nov. 4 report from CBC News, the captain of a South Korean freighter has been sentenced to 14 days in a U.S. jail for commanding a vessel through the Juan de Fuca Strait at the south end of Vancouver Island while drunk and without any navigational charts.

(Source: CBC News)

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