A ship sank in the sea between South Korea and Japan, search continues for 17 people


Seoul: A cargo ship that sank early Wednesday within the sea between South Korea and Japan has rescued 5 crew members whereas the seek for 17 others is on. South Korean officers gave this info.
A coastguard on the South Korean island of Jeju stated 5 crew members had been rescued by individuals on different ships after the 6,551-tonne Jin Tian ship capsized.

He instructed that the Hong Kong flag was flying on the ship. Of the crew members on board, 14 are Chinese language and eight are Myanmarese. The captain of the boat final contacted the Coast Guard at 2.41 am on Tuesday and knowledgeable that the crew members had been leaving the boat. A excessive wind warning has been issued on the scene the place Japanese coast guard ships and plane are trying to find survivors together with close by industrial vessels.

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