Rescuers of U.S. and Mexico searching for possible survivors of capsized ship

16:04, July 06, 2011      

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Members of the Mexican Navy sail a boat during the second search for possible survivors of the ship capsizing off Bajia, U.S. state of California, on July 5, 2011. The sport fishing charter boat Erik was carrying 27 U.S. tourists, mostly from northern California, and 16 Mexican crew members when it capsized in rough waters in the Sea of Cortez on Sunday. Seven people were still missing on Tuesday after Erik sank off Baja two days earlier, authorities said. (Xinhua/Str)


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