Investigators with the Transportation Safety Board say they’re making progress with the report of the sinking of a whale watching boat in Tofino back in 2015.
The vessel Leviathan II took off from Tofino in the early afternoon of Oct. 25 with 24 people and three crew on board.
Hours later, the vessel began taking on water; as a result, six people died.
Witnesses described it as a chaotic scene.
Now, investigators say they’ve completed the examination of the vessel, using 3D laser scanning technology.
They add the first round of interviews with the company, survivors, and relatives are complete, and continue to collect other data.
But they say they’re now beginning the phase of the report which will conclude what led to the sinking.