‘We were told to stay still’ says South Korea ferry survivor – BBC News

One survivor from the South Korean ferry which sank said that he was told to “sit still” while on board, even though the ferry was sinking. Almost 300 people remain unaccounted for after a ferry carrying 459 passengers capsized and sank off South Korea.

The ship, mainly carrying school students from Seoul, was travelling to the southern resort island of Jeju when disaster struck.
In Seoul, frustrated parents queued for buses to the port of Jindo, where rescued people were transferred to.

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