More Survivors Recovered from Capsized Ferry

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

According to Inquirer.net, 28 more people were recovered from the ferry that was overturned by strong waves caused by a typhoon in the .
Another body was recovered, raising the number of deaths from to five, the report said.
It was not immediately clear how the 28 survived, except that they were found as a group at a coastal town in Quezon province.

Source:  Inquirer.net

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