SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A load boat being used by a South Korean shipping association went blank in seas nearby Uruguay with 24 organisation members. Authorities pronounced Saturday that dual people had been rescued.
The boat went out of hit late Friday, South Korea time, shortly after one of a organisation members sent a content summary to a shipping association observant a boat was holding on water, according to an central from Seoul’s Foreign Ministry.
The central pronounced a Uruguayan nautical military and a blurb vessel that had been in adjacent waters were acid for a Stella Daisy, that had over from a pier in Brazil on Mar 26.
The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, citing bureau rules, pronounced 16 Filipinos and 8 South Koreans were on a ship.
He pronounced it wasn’t transparent either a boat sank or if a organisation members escaped. On Saturday, Uruguay’s navy pronounced that dual of a 24 organisation members had been found alive.
Navy orator Gaston Jaunsolo pronounced a hunt continues for some-more survivors.