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Coast Guard helps raise duck boat that sank, killing 17

U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Lora Ratliff

The Coast Guard oversees the removal of Stretch Duck 7 from Table Rock Lake in Branson, Missouri, July 23, 2018. Missouri State Highway Patrol divers rigged the vessel, then a barge crane lifted it to the surface before it was towed to shore and loaded onto a flatbed trailer for transport to a secure facility.

U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Lora Ratliff

Stretch Duck 7 is loaded onto a flatbed trailer to be transported to a secure facility after being raised from Table Rock Lake in Branson, Missouri, July 23, 2018. The National Transportation Safety Board will take custody of the vessel while investigations continue.

BRANSON, Mo. (CNN) -- The duck boat that capsized during a storm in Missouri last week has been raised from the bottom of Table Rock Lake.

Several divers, a barge crane and water pumps were used to raise the boat. It was in 80 feet of water.

The boat capsized Thursday after a severe thunderstorm.

There were 31 people on board at the time it sank. 17-people died.

The boat will be taken to a secure facility where the Missouri State Highway Patrol will transfer custody of the duck to the National Transportation Safety Board.

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