Hong Kong investigators on Wednesday examined the wreck of a boat that sank in a collision which killed 38 people, as the city sought answers to its worst maritime accident for decades.
Relatives grieve as they arrive at the Kwai Chung public mortuary to identify victims of a boat collision in Hong Kong. Hong Kong investigators examined the wreck killed 38 people, as the city sought answers to its worst maritime accident for decades.
The Lamma IV was towed to a beach to reveal a gaping hole in its left rear from Monday evening's collision with the Sea Smooth ferry. The gash flooded its stern within minutes, trapping passengers in the submerged cabin.
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