5 Killed after Ships Collide off Northeast China

Five sailors drowned and two more were missing after a Cambodian freighter collided with a Panamanian cargo ship and sank off northeast China's Liaoning Province early Sunday morning. Nine crew members were aboard the Cambodian flagged HAIJUNG when the accident occurred in the Bohai Strait off Lushun. Crew form the Panamanian cargo ship JINGFENG pulled two crew members from the sunken Haijung to safety. The bodies of four sailors were recovered- three Burmese and one citizen from the Republic of Korea- and a 5th sailor died after being rescued. Two are still missing, a Republic of Korea captain and an Indonesian sailor.

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