Ferry survivor search finds two bodies tied together
April 25 , 2014
Bodies continue to be recovered from the ferry that sank in South Korea and a diver recently found the dead bodies of a girl and a boy tied together with their life vests. "I started to cry thinking that they didn't want to leave each other," he said.
The diver had to separate them eventually since he couldn't bring them both to the surface together. The death toll at the moment has been confirmed to be 171, which means that there are still 130 bodies inside the ferry.
The New York Times mentioned that bodies are identified with the help of descriptions written on whiteboards when they're brought to the surface.