Lack of CO alarms contributes to deaths

Two men lost their lives on board ‘Diversion’ Photo: MAIB

A number of avoidable errors including a lack of alarms contributed to the deaths of two sailors from carbon monoxide poisoning, according to the findings of the Marine Accident Investigation Branch.

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