2 bodies recovered at Bellingham marina

BELLINGHAM — Divers recovered two bodies Thursday from sunken debris from a fire that burned boats and a boathouse at a Bellingham marina.

The two have not been officially identified, but police said the families of Jim Langei, 43, and Sterling Taylor, 33, were notified.

They lived aboard a 42-foot boat that burned and sank in Friday’s fire at the Squalicum Harbor. They owned the America’s Cup coffee shop near the marina.

Their boat was one of as many as 10 boats destroyed in the fire.

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