East China Sea Storm: Two Ships Sink, 26 Missing

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Altogether 26 people are missing after two ships sank in separate incidents off the coast of east China's Shandong Province, reports Xinhua.

Strong gales were forecast off Shandong, when twelve people were confirmed missing after the ship "XINGLONGZHOU65", registered in east China's Zhejiang Province, sank off Yantai City report Xinhua citing the Yantai Maritime Bureau.

Another cargo ship sank off Weihai City and 14 people are reported missing, according to Shandong Provincial Maritime Rescue Center.

Source: Xinhua

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