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Four Americans killed in Costa Rica rafting excursion

Police investigating the deaths of four Americans in Costa Rica are focusing on the tour company that took them on a rafting trip that cost them their lives. Their raft capsized on Saturday near the town of Quepos, on a river popular with tourists. The Americans were killed, along with their Costa Rican tour guide. Kris Van Cleave reports.

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  1. Rich white people killed somewhere they shouldn’t have been.

  2. “Bob Patterson and a group of friends from Chilliwack, British Columbia, were four days into a two-week vacation in Costa Rica on Jan. 8 when the catamaran they and at least 90 others were on sank. The capsizing of thePura Vida Princess, one of the worst maritime accidents in recent Costa Rican history, claimed the lives of three foreign tourists including Patterson’s friend, Sharon Johnson.” //www.ticotimes.net/2015/10/26/costa-rican-investigation-finds-no-negligence-deadly-catamaran-accident

  3. Oh well… another country doesn’t go by yours white laws.. their Guide also drown.. you take that risk , you might die..duh

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