A 17-foot sailboat burned completely off the coast of Miami last Tuesday. According to firefighters, no one was injured in the blaze. The two people on the boat managed to jump overboard in time.
They, according to the investigation of the accident, were the cause of the large-scale fire. The young men, according to their own words, were cooking on the hob, but fell asleep during the cooking. The cooks were awakened by the smell of smoke: probably the red-hot cooktop caused the surrounding materials to ignite, and then the flames engulfed most of the wooden vessel.
Thus, the investigation ruled that there was no intentional infliction of harm, and the case on the fire was dismissed.