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>> In the light of day, the damage to the USS Fitzgerald is plain to see. The Navy missile destroyer guided back to port after colliding with a Philippine flagged container ship in the middle of the night. The US Navy says seven crew members are missing, helicopters and patrol vessels now helping with the search.
Three others, including the ship's commander, airlifted to hospital. The crash happened in Japan's Tokyo Bay, a busy area between the country's two biggest container ports. It's still unclear how or why the ships collided. No one on board the merchant vessel was injured and the ship itself sustained little damage.
The Japanese Coast Guard helping to bring the warship back to port since the Fitzgerald is taking on water but isn't in danger of sinking.