TALLINN - Margus Kurm, former head of the 1994 Estonia ferry disaster investigation committee, said that the ferry may have sunk after a collision with a Swedish submarine.
According to Kurm, there is a tear in the right side of Estonia, which is 4 meters long and 1.2 meters wide. The tear is located below the waterline, but also extends above the waterline, that is to the car deck.
"This tells me that Estonia collided with something big enough to pierce the hull," Kurm said, speaking on the "Otse Postimehest" ("Live from Postim...
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