Bugaled Breizh families plan to show film
Nine years after their loved ones perished on board a trawler in a suspected submarine accident, the families of the dead sailors continue their campaign for justice.
The French vessel the Bugaled Breizh sank claiming the lives of all five sailors on January 15, 2004, about 14 nautical miles (26 km) southwest of Lizard Point, Cornwall.
The grieving families were due to arrive in Cornwall today to show a film of the disaster made by Jacques Losay who is a relative of one of the lost sailors.
Details of when and where the film will be shown this month have yet to be confirmed.
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Exactly how the tragedy happened has never been fully established.
However, many believe the trawler was pulled under the waves after a submarine accidentally snagged its nets.
A specific submarine could not be identified because at the time of the incident there were a number in the area.
The ship briefly radioed it was sinking and disappeared very quickly in good weather conditions.
Only two bodies were recovered at the time – a third body was recovered during salvage operations.