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Ukrainian boat captain found guilty in Hungary for the 2019 Danube collision that killed at least 27

  • The captain of a cruise liner in Hungary has been sentenced to five years in prison for causing an accident in 2019 that killed 25 South Korean tourists and two crew members.
  • The accident occurred when the cruise ship, named Viking Sigyn, hit and sank a smaller tourist vessel called Mermaid during heavy rain on the River Danube in Budapest, making it the worst disaster on the river in over 50 years.
  • The Ukrainian captain of the cruise ship, Yuri Chaplinsky, was found guilty of gross negligence and failing to pay sufficient attention, resulting in the accident.
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