A PBY-5A Catalina amphibious plane of WWII vintage belonging to the USAF had capsized on 2nd of November 1942 in rough waters of Eastern St Lawrence River during World War II while it was returning to Maine.
The remains of its fuselage, nearly intact, had been found by Parks Canada while it was carrying out a survey in 2009 and has now been retrieved by US divers.
The divers found sunglasses, film negatives and a typewritten operations log which was still legible.
This has been reported in bbc.com of dated the 2nd of August 2012.
It seems the plane was a part of a corridor which linked the US to Europe and was stationed in Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan. Apparently, it failed to take off in rough weather and high waves sank.
Four of the nine on board could be rescued but the others met a watery grave.
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