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29.06.2020 10:57 News >> Bangladesh: Ferry Sinks Leaving 28 Dead, Dozens Missing

Bangladesh: Ferry Sinks Leaving 28 Dead, Dozens Missing

2 vessels collide in Buriganga River which flows past outskirts of capital Dhaka.

At least 28 bodies were recovered by divers in Bangladesh after a ferry carrying passengers sank in a river, an official said Monday.
Dozens are still missing as rescue operations continue in the Buriganga River, which flows past the outskirts of the capital Dhaka.
Fire fighters and navy units have also joined the rescue efforts.
"The passenger ferry capsized Monday morning after collision with another vessel," Fire Service Control Room Officer Rozina Islam told Anadolu Agency, confirming the death toll.
The fatalities include three children.
However, officials could not confirm how many passengers were on board the vessel at the time of the accident. Local media "ing eye witnesses and police put the figure at 100. -



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