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George Miterko George Miterko one of the surviving crew members of the American freighter Flying Enterprise, lies in a Liverpool Hospital suffering from shock, and back, knee and arm injuries.

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George Miterko

George Miterko one of the surviving crew members of the American freighter Flying Enterprise, lies in a Liverpool Hospital suffering from shock, and back, knee and arm injuries.
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George Miterko

George Miterko one of the surviving crew members of the American freighter Flying Enterprise, lies in a Liverpool Hospital suffering from shock, and back, knee and arm injuries.
George Miterko George Miterko one of the surviving crew members of the American freighter Flying Enterprise, lies in a Liverpool Hospital suffering from shock, and back, knee and arm injuries.
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George Miterko, one of the surviving crew members of the American freighter Flying Enterprise, lies in a Liverpool Hospital suffering from shock, and back, knee and arm injuries. SS Flying Enterprise was a 6,711 ton Type C1-B ship which sank in 1952. She was built in 1944 as SS Cape Kumukaki for the United States Maritime Commission for use in World War II. The ship was sold in 1947 and then operated in scheduled service under the name Flying Enterprise. on Christmas night, she encountered a storm in the Western Approaches to the English Channel. Afterwards it was discovered that she had suffered structural damage and a crack was found across the weather deck

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