Star of History Channel’s ‘Swamp People’ Joins Search for Missing Sailors

The search continues for seven sailors who were missing after the Seacor Power capsized in the Gulf of Mexico last week. A celebrity from the History Channel’s “Swamp People” joined the search Thursday to help locate those still missing. Ronnie Adams, a Louisiana native featured on the show, went live from his Facebook page joining the Cajun Navy in their aerial research. Latest news from the accident investigation: the coroner of the parish of Lafourche confirms that a sixth body has been found at the site of the Seacor Power boat tragedy in the Gulf of Mexico. Officials say Quinon Pitre, 31 from Franklin, was found last night. The search for the other seven missing sailors is now in its second week after the boat with 19 crew on board capsized in the Gulf of Mexico. Six other crew members were rescued. The Coast Guard, National Transportation Safety Board and Seacor Marine provided an update on Monday where the Coast Guard announced it was suspending search and rescue efforts for missing sailors. moved on to investigate how the accident happened and how to prevent it from happening again in the future.

The search continues for seven sailors who were missing after the Seacor Power capsized in the Gulf of Mexico last week.

A celebrity from the History Channel’s “Swamp People” joined the search Thursday to help locate those still missing.

Ronnie Adams, a Louisiana native featured on the show, went live from his Facebook page by joining the Cajun Navy in their aerial research.

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Latest news from the crash investigation:

The coroner of the parish of Lafourche confirms that a sixth body was found at the site of the Seacor Power boat tragedy in the Gulf of Mexico.

Officials say Quinon Pitre, 31 from Franklin, was recovered last night.

The search for the other seven missing sailors is now in its second week after the boat with 19 crew on board capsized in the Gulf of Mexico.

Six other crew members were rescued.

The Coast Guard, National Transportation Safety Board and Seacor Marine provided an update on Monday where the Coast Guard announced it was suspending search and rescue efforts for missing sailors.

Divers from a subcontractor will continue to search the capsized vessel in an attempt to locate the eight missing sailors.

The Coast Guard said the investigation has moved to investigating how the accident happened and how to prevent it from happening again in the future.