NASSAU, Bahamas -An air search resumed this morning off the Bahamas for a U.S. cargo ship that lost contact during Hurricane Joaquin. Aircraft and ships scouring the waters off the northern Caribbean archipelago have found more debris and clues but no definitive word yet on the fate of the vessel or the 33 people on board. Searchers have also spotted an oil sheen and found a life ring from the El Faro.
Chief Petty Officer Bobby Nash said it was too early to come to any conclusion.
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