More than three dozen people have died in incidents involving duck boats on land and water in the United States over the past two decades.
Thursday’s disaster in Missouri came just four days after passengers aboard a regular tour boat off Hawaii’s Big Island were pelted with “lava bombs” that left several with third-degree burns and a woman’s leg broken. Choking back tears, Coleman talked about the family members she lost, including her two sons and one-year-old daughter Arya.
“Going home is going to be completely difficult. I don’t know how I am going to do it. Since I have had a home, it has always been filled with little feet and laughter,” Tia Coleman said.