Cargo ship sinks between South Korea, Japan; 2 crew rescued

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korean and Japanese coast guards have been making an attempt to rescue 22 crewmembers of a Hong Kong-flagged cargo ship that sank in waters between South Korea and Japan, South Korean officers stated Wednesday.

The coast guard of the southern South Korean island of Jeju stated no less than two of the crewmembers have been rescued from the 6,551-ton Jin Tian that sank in waters about 150 kilometers (93 miles) south of the island whereas transporting lumber.

It stated 14 of the crewmembers are Chinese language and eight are from Myanmar.

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