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Final body found in California boat fire, Coast Guard issues lithium battery warning

Reuters India Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
Divers on Wednesday recovered the remains of the final victim of a California dive boat fire that killed 34 people, as the U.S. Coast Guard issued a safety bulletin focusing on emergency escape routes, crew training and the charging of lithium-ion batteries.
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The Coast Guard's bulletin suggests investigators may be looking into whether devices being charged may have sparked the California boat fire.

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