No.50 "missing/ presumed dead/ dead/ died" (数紙から。February, 2001)
The Greeneville was performing an emergency-surfacing drill when it struck the Ehime Maru, sinking the 190-foot boat. Nine men aboard the boat, including four high-school students, died.ほぼ、同じ日の記事。
Twenty-six people who had been aboard the ship were plucked from the sea afterward. Nine others, including four students, remain missing, though presumed dead.事故からほぼ一週間後の記事。
PRESIDENT BUSH has ordered the Pentagon to review rules for allowing civilians on board submarines after protests from Tokyo about the submarine accident that left nine Japanese civilians dead.事故の翌々日の記事。
Japanese media criticised Yoshiro Mori, the Prime Minister, for continuing a game of golf for almost two hours after hearing reports of the sinking. He said later: "The US has apologised for the nine people lost. The most important thing now is the search for those missing.""The Greeneville"は"a Pearl Harbor-based nuclear-powered attack submarine"「真珠湾を母港とする攻撃型原子力潜水艦」であり、
Commissioned in Norfolk in February 1996, the Greeneville has a displacement of about 6,000 tons. It carries a crew of 12 officers and 98 enlisted sailors and is capable of traveling at speeds greater than 25 knots, according to its Web site.