Ships Collide; Thirteen Missing

Tuesday, December 06, 2005
Thirteen crew members of a South Korean fishing vessel were missing after the boat collided with a Malaysian freighter in the south sea, according to a Korea Times report. The accident occurred about 20 nautical miles off Chin Island, South Cholla Province, at 3:40 p.m. Fourteen people were initially reported missing before one was rescued by a passing fishing vessel. The maritime police were in the middle of conducting a search and rescue operation. Source: The Korea Times

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