SEOUL The remains of what seems to be at least just one unrecovered sufferer of South Korea’s sunken Sewol ferry were being found in close proximity to the salvaged vessel on Tuesday, an formal reported, approximately three yrs just after the disaster that killed 304 men and women.
“6 parts of remains that were being found are four cm to eighteen cm very long,” Lee Cheol-jo, an formal at the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, explained to a briefing, adding that the remains appeared to have emerged by the vessel’s windows.
The lengths are equal to one.six inch to 7 inches.
The ferry was raised final week and has been loaded on to a semi-submersible vessel to be taken to a close by port. Lee declined to say how quite a few victims the remains are suspected to belong to, but reported DNA tests will be conducted.
(Reporting by Ju-min Park Modifying by Clarence Fernandez)