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Old 28.04.2011, 21:31
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Fatal collision of two boats on Lake Biel

67 year old skipper dies.



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Old 28.04.2011, 22:08
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Re: Fatal collision of two boats on Lake Biel

For those of us who prefer French to German (and cringe at the output of Google Translate ) Une collision entre deux bateaux fait un mort sur le lac de Bienne.
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Re: Fatal collision of two boats on Lake Biel

Thanks for that link RetiredInNH- I did wonder what had happened to the case about the woman killed last year.
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Re: Fatal collision of two boats on Lake Biel

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To date - nothing. The minimal traces of DNA on the blades of the boat's
motor (thing that turns around like on a helicopter) were inconclusive and cannot be used as evidence. The major suspect has an alibi in that he was having an eye operation on the day after the accident when he was allegedly seen by 3 independant witnesses cleaning the blades of his boat in reeds and shallow water.
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To date - nothing. The minimal traces of DNA on the blades of the boat's
motor (thing that turns around like on a helicopter) were inconclusive and cannot be used as evidence. The major suspect has an alibi in that he was having an eye operation on the day after the accident when he was allegedly seen by 3 independant witnesses cleaning the blades of his boat in reeds and shallow water.
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