How one Philippine flag-flying cargo ship managed not to see the huge USS Fitzgerald is beyond anyone’s comprehension. Officials are not ruling out any possibilities for the collision, including an intentional attack or terrorism. The cargo ship t-boned the destroyer after making a u-turn directly for it. Good Morning America reported multiple maritime trackers can prove the cargo ship did a massive u-turn just before hitting the USS Fitzgerald. This clearly implies an intentional hit. WATCH: Sailors found dead inside Navy destroyer that collided with container ship identified: https://t.co/AamuYkyt7F pic.twitter.com/eMqjUaJhV0 — Good Morning America (@GMA) June 19, 2017 USS Fitzgerald was hit directly in the sailors’ sleeping quarters. Coincidence? That is yet to be discovered. Now the company that owns the cargo ship is saying a u-turn never happened, but rather the incident took place 50 minutes earlier than the US Navy reports it. Rrrriiiggghhhtttt… What do you think happened? Below are the seven sailors that died.