By Thomas Gibbons-Neff and Alex Horton|
After more than 80 hours of searching thousands of miles of open sea, the U.S. Navy now hopes only to recover the bodies lost from the USS John S. McCain after it collided with an oil tanker near Singapore.
The collision Monday between the McCain — a 500-foot-long guided-missile destroyer — and the Liberian-flagged Alnic MC left five Navy sailors injured and 10 missing. The collision damaged the U.S. warship’s left side, near the stern, punching a hole that stretched above and below the waterline.
Source: News Now/Washington Post