Ships Collide off South Japan

Monday, April 14, 2008

At least three people were reported killed and rescue crews were searching for 13 crew members missing after a Hong Kong freighter and a Chinese fishing boat collided off southern , the Japan Times reported .
The boats collided Friday night in the East China Sea, west of the southern , according to the reports.
The reports said the fishing boat sank quickly after the collision and two of its crew were rescued.

Source:  M&C

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