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Imo the Norwegian Ship should be blamed most for this incident, for being in too much of hurry, not following sea rules, and the stubbornness of the ship’s captain.

EvidenceProof/Quote/Fact/Research| Explain the relevance of this evidence to your thesis statement. How does it support your overall argument?| SOURCE CITATION(Where did you get itfrom?)| Twice the captain of the ship of the Imo Avoided other vessels by passing there starboard side (wrong side).| The captain is already not following the rules of the sea, how do we know it was not completely the Norwegian ships fault.| http://thecanadian encyclopedia.com/featured/the-Halifax-explosions | The Imo was 18 hours behind Schedule and Mont Blanc was aSitting duck outside, and Pilot Mont Blanc was astonished to see the Imo advancing at high speeds.| The ship was in a rush to get tothe destination and was speedingon purpose so it could arrive quickerbut the plan had backfired when they saw the other ship in the path they had been taking.| “Halifax Explosion1917.” Encyclopedia Britannica. Encyclopedia Britannica Online school edition.Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., 2013. Web 1 Apr.2013<http://school.eb.com/eb/Article-94438247>| There was a flurry of whistles Between the two ships the Norwegian ship did not changeDirection until final moments.| This caused the accident because if they weren’t going the wrong way and wrong speed we could have prevented this from happening And losing so many lives.| http://thecanadian encyclopedia.com/featured/the-Halifax-explosions|

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