Survivors of Missouri Duck Boat Accident May Experience Guilt

July 23, 2018

The Missouri duck boat that left 17 people dead after sinking Thursday has been brought to the surface. The vessel was raised 80 feet by crane from its watery grave Monday. Life preservers were seen hanging from racks above the seats. Meanwhile, passengers who made it out alive are suffering from survivor guilt. Lauren Smith, 14, was with her brother, 15-year-old Lance, and her father, Steve, on the boat, both of whom drowned. "I'm thinking, 'Why me? What do I have to live?'" Lauren told CBS News.

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