Relatives believe a submarine may have cause the sinking of the trawler Bugaled Breizh

The inquest into the deaths of two French fishermen who died when the trawler Bugaled Breizh sank in 2004, will be reopened later this year. Previous hearings relating to the deaths of Pascal Le Floch and Yves Gloaguen have been in Truro, as their bodies were returned to Cornwall. The Ministry of Defence denies claims a Royal Navy submarine was involved. Three other men also died when the boat sank off the Lizard peninsula. Relatives believe the trawler was dragged underwater when a submarine became snagged in its nets. >click to read< 14:48

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