(SEATTLE) — Two crewmen from a sunken Alaska fishing boat remain missing after five bodies were found and four men were rescued, the Seattle Times newspaper reported. The newspaper publishes the names of the dead and missing. Survivors reported that the 93-foot Katmai lost its steering and rolled in heavy seas, and some men who initially survived had trouble staying in a life raft. The Coast Guard said a Marine Board of Inquiry will begin hearing testimony from the survivors in Anchorage next week.
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