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10/25/2000 05:22 PM ID: 1047 Permalink   

Diver Goes Into the Kursk

 

A diver has finally entered the sunken Russian submarine, the Kursk, a Russian news agency has reported.

However he was only able to move about 15 feet before his way was blocked by a narrow passageway. No remains of people were reported found.

The Russain navy has admitted it only expects to recover about one third of all the bodies in the vessel as the others were probably destroyed by the explosions that sunk it.

 
  Source: www.guardianunlimited.co.uk  
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