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Sinking of a Norman fishing boat: four sailors heard and left free


Four sailors were heard and then released as part of the investigation into the sinking of the fishing boat Mylanoh in February 2022 off...

Four sailors were heard and then released as part of the investigation into the sinking of the Mylanoh fishing boat in February 2022 off Le Havre, which left two dead and one missing, the prosecution announced.

They are three crew members and the captain of another fishing vessel who had alerted the emergency services the night of the sinking of the Mylanoh.

The four sailors had been placed in police custody on Wednesday morning, "

in particular on the count of manslaughter

", "in order to confront them with the expertise carried out at the request of the prosecution and the exploitation of the radar recordings of a door -containers sailing near the sinking”, explains in a press release the public prosecutor of Le Havre, Bruno Dieudonné.

Release of custody

The police custody of the three crew members was lifted on Wednesday evening.

As for the captain, released on Thursday, he "

maintained his previous statements that he had not seen the Mylanoh vessel, both visually and on his radar screen and that he had struck it when the hull was already overturned.

“, adds the press release.

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The preliminary investigation conducted by the maritime gendarmerie of the Channel North Sea is continuing, under the direction of the prosecution of the maritime court of Le Havre.

Source: lefigaro

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