Duck Boat Company To Pay Funeral Expenses
Ride the Ducks Branson, the service that had a boat capsize on Table Rock Lake on Thursday, has vowed to pay for funeral expenses for the 17 people who died in the incident.
According to their website, in addition to funeral costs, the company is also paying all medical bills and assisting with any related travel or accommodations for family members.
The company will also be returning all personal items from the rescue scene, as well as providing counseling services for employees.
The statement said they are cooperating with the National Transportation Safety Board, the Highway Patrol and all federal and state authorities involved in the investigation.
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