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It is understood that the Argentine Navy has declared the ARA San Juan lost with all hands - 43 men, 1 woman, possibly as a result of an explosion, though wreckage has not yet been found or evaluated.

The search for the ARA San Juan continues without hope for the crew.

A link to the first report I found. Some foreign language skill required.  www.diariodenautica.com

 

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