US Coast Guard suspends search for 16 people in separate incidents

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US Coast Guard called off the search for six people off the Florida coast and the search for 10 people that went missing in a separate incident near Key West.

In one incident a boat capsized with 7 people on board. One survivor was rescued two days later and six were still missing in the water. In another incident, 10 people went missing in a makeshift vessel after taking off from Havana, Cuba.

The US Coast Guard Southeast tweeted that they have suspended the search after 140 hours for the first incident and after 86 hours for the second one.

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