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Hong Kong: Huge ship breaks in half and sinks – Dozens missing

The Doomed Fujing sank about 186 miles south of the coast of Hong Kong, and footage of the rescue is dramatic.

Images reminiscent of a movie thriller prevailed in a terrifying incident in the sea of ​​Hong Kong, when a huge ship literally broke in half and sank due to a tropical storm.

So far, the missing are dozens, with the titanic work of the rescuers continuing, while the relevant video of the Daily Mail is going around the world.

Authorities dispatched planes and helicopters to assist in the rescue effort, with at least three of the 30 crew members being brought safely to land.

Impressive scenes from the rescue

Photos released by Hong Kong’s aviation authority showed a crew member being evacuated by helicopter as strong waves battered the ship.

The Doomed Fujing sank about 186 miles south of the coast of Hong Kong, and footage of the rescue is truly dramatic.

It is noted that Typhoon Champa is the first to hit China this year, with severe storms and floods.

Source: tanea

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