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Colombian tourist boat carrying roughly 170 people suddenly sinking in the country's Penol Guatape Bay Reservoir. Rescue workers on Monday searching for as many as 16 people believed to be missing after the accident. At least six people are confirmed dead, down from the earlier report of nine people.
Officials saying some survivors were not immediately accounted for. This fast forwarded video taken Sunday showing the multi decked ferry going under the water in a matter of minutes. Motorboats and jet skis seen racing to the submerged vessel to rescue passengers. Authorities now saying 134 people were pulled to safety.
Scuba divers now assisting with the ongoing search. Cause of the accident is still unclear, but survivors telling local television, they heard a load noise before the boat began to sink.