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nnnnn salvagers out work friday to turn the eastern star the chinese cruise ship under that'll coffin for hundreds of tourists trapped inside when the ship capsized in the youngs a river monday night only fourteen rescued of the four hundred fifty six passengers and crew onboard the death toll rising as workers fish out of dozens of bodies bringing them to short to be identified and cremated reuters john rule which is on the scene earlier today outside he actually crematorium there were a dozen want you police corning courting the place off and ours are truck go income unions and large and parts of people walking around with face masks on reading math and absolutely suits and plastic glove so clearly they were preparing for more deliveries throughout the day some of the family members of the victims of this tragedy happened disappointed by that back that they have been , sounds of the victims have been asking why so many of the fourteen survivors were members of the crew including the , and while authorities are now allowing foreign journalists to ask questions of the daily briefings this is one subject that no officials are talking about