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Topic - Benjamin Pineda
Mexican rescuers were scouring the Gulf of California for seven Americans whose fishing boat capsized two days ago, saying they were extending their search because the missing tourists still could be alive in the warm, calm waters.
The boat capsized less than two miles from shore, but the navy extended its search 60 miles deeper into the gulf later Monday after searching the area by helicopter and airplane and finding nothing, Capt. Pineda said.