Jul 04, 2022 08:34 PM

12 Bodies Recovered After Crane Sinks in the South China Sea

What’s new: A total of 12 bodies have been found about 92.6 kilometers (57.5 miles) southwest of where the China-registered crane Fujing 001 sank in the South China Sea in the wake of Typhoon Chaba, according to the latest government statement.

During the storm, the floating vessel with a crew of 30 split in two off the coast of South China’s Guangdong province Saturday morning. Four people were rescued while the rest were reported missing, according to the Guangdong Maritime Search and Rescue Center.

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