August 19, 2017
JAKARTA - After presumably capsizing of a ferry on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi are still some eighty people missing. Three crew members confirmed that they are dead and 39 people have been rescued from the water, the newspaper The Jakarta Post Sunday.
The ferry was Saturday already in trouble. The strong wind made the rescue operation as impossible.
The authorities put six ships to rescue the passengers. According to police, the ship's engine broke down.