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>> Indonesia has raised the number of missing to 180 on Wednesday, after a packed ferry sank days before. That's 50 more people than authorities were looking for. And the new number is three times the capacity of the boat. At least three have been confirmed dead in the accident.
It was full of people returning from the Eid holiday. 18 survivors were dragged from the water after the accident, which occurred after bad weather brought treacherous conditions to Lake Toga in Northern Sumatra. Indonesia's search and rescue agency sent divers back into the lake on Wednesday, after conditions calmed down.
Rescuers said they expected to find many more bodies once they located the ferry 450 meters down. Lake Toba is in the caldera of an ancient volcano and is one of the deepest lakes in the world. Ferry accidents are common in Indonesia's archipelago of islands, especially at the end of Ramadan, when millions travel home to visit their families.