1. Various of duck boat being raised (covers soundbites)
2. SOUNDBITE (English): Capt. Scott Stormer, U.S. Coast Guard (includes signal breakup at end of soundbite):
"The divers from the Missouri State Highway Patrol got to work early this morning. They attached a rig-sling system to the duck, as you can see and as you have been able to observe this morning. Once that was attached and secure, they raised the vessel, just slightly, in an effort to determine its stability and adjust the rig if that was necessary. Once that was complete and the divers were safely out of the area, they raised the vessel to the surface. Upon the vessel breaking the surface they dewatered it and from this position dewatered it'll be moved to the boat ramp and it will be loaded on a flatbed trailer, taken from the boat ramp here and moved to a secure facility. At that point it will be transferred, the custody of the duck will be transferred from the Missouri State Highway Patrol to the National Transportation Safety Board and that will they will take possession of it for the completion of the interview, I'm sorry, completion of the investigation."
3. SOUNDBITE (English): Capt. Scott Stormer, U.S. Coast Guard:
"Everything on the bottom was photographed by the divers and they conducted a survey on the bottom to assess its condition on the bottom. So we know that condition and that condition will be part of the investigation. I'm personally unaware if they had to move anything in order to attach the rig."
4. SOUNDBITE (English): Capt. Scott Stormer, U.S. Coast Guard:
"The boat was on the bottom resting on its axis. (Reporter question off-microphone) Yes the the the depth was approximately 80 feet of water."
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