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SEOUL, April 22. /ITAR-TASS/. The death toll in South Korea’s ferry crash has reached 104 people, as more bodies have been recovered from the sunken vessel in the search and rescue operation, local department of the coast guard in Chindo said on Tuesday.
A representative from the government’s operational staff said that divers will continue searching for people on the third and fourth levels. At the same time, rescuers will look for bodies on the surface, the source added.
On Monday, a body of a Russian teenager was recovered at the scene. The student was among the ferry’s passengers.