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Three Chinese nationals rescued, 1 still missing off Bahamas


13:44, March 17, 2013

MEXICO CITY, March 16 (Xinhua) -- A Chinese man was still missing on Saturday off the coast of the Bahamas while his three companions to the fishing trip were rescued last Sunday and Monday, the Chinese embassy in the Caribbean nation said.

As of 6:00 p.m. on Saturday local time (2200 GMT), an employee of a Chinese technology service company who was attacked by poisonous jellyfish after his raft overturned in rough weather, remained unaccounted for.

The Bahamas police and the Chinese company have sent rescue teams and posted notices on TV and radio.

Three other Chinese men were rescued last Sunday and Monday after the accident which occurred on March 10 and are now in good condition.

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