Barely seven years after the Herald of Free Enterprise sank off Zeebrugge, an even bigger ship disaster happened in Europe with a ferry. As many as 852 people died when the MS Estonia sank in the Baltic Sea in 1994. The official investigation has stated that a bow door had been broken off for two decades, but a Swedish documentary now reveals that a four-meter hole was punched in the bow. The survivors have been fighting the official version for 26 years. They had seen something in the water and heard a bang.
September 28, 1994. The MS Estonia departs with a delay from Tallinn, Estonia to Stockholm, Sweden. There are 989 people on board. They are gearing up for a tough, stormy night on the …
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