By MARY PEMBERTON Associated Press Writer
Article Launched: 10/26/2008 05:22:18 PM MDT
ANCHORAGE, Alaska-The Coast Guard has stopped searching for two
remaining crew members missing after the sinking of a fishing boat
The Coast Guard said Sunday it was suspending the search after
combing nearly 5,000 square miles of ocean around the Aleutian
Thirty-year-old Carlos Zabala and 49-year-old Robert Davis were
among 11 crew members aboard the fishing boat as it sank early
Four survivors were rescued from a life raft. Five were found
dead in the water.
Coast Guard Petty Officer Richard Brahm says the search can be
reopened if needed. Fishing vessels in the area are expected to keep
Testimony by surviving crew members is to begin Monday at an
investigative hearing in Anchorage.
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