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00:00:00
>> At least 11 people drowned outside Branson, Missouri on Thursday in what police are calling a mass casualty incident. Authorities say 31 people were on board an amphibious duck boat when it capsized and sank in stormy weather on the cities Table Rock Lake.>> Seven patients to the hospital.
00:00:19
And we do have some people still missing. So this is gonna be an all night into tomorrow we're still going to be working on this. A Highway Patrol dive team is on their way here.>> Duck amphibious vehicles are used for sight seeing tours around the world, however, they've been involved in a number of fatal accidents in the past two decades.
00:00:39
The company that builds the ducks called Ride the Ducks International, agreed to pay a $1 million fine in 2016 after one of its vehicle's collided with the bus in Seattle. Five international students died in that crash. The company also admitted to failing to comply with US rules on manufacturing vehicles.