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to say that will hurt me seats even to some of the lucky few pulled from a capsized cruise ship on the young the river chinese premier li could young visiting survivors hospitalized near the scene of monday's disaster in who they province , so far only just over a dozen people have been found alive out of the four hundred fifty six on board the eastern star which sank in a freak tornado the vast majority of passengers still unaccounted for divers combing the capsize ship in search of bodies or any signs of life , authorities are widening the search area to more than two hundred twenty kilometers that's a hundred and thirty five miles downstream meanwhile all quiet at this makeshift information center set up for victims' families in shanghai just down the road from the travel agency that set up the cruise nnat because relatives in search of answers are on the march descending on government offices shouting helped us in a quest for details on their loved ones , some scuffling with police standing guard the media pushed away nnnnn most of the passengers were elderly tourists but he just went all the way down to just three years old as the death toll mounts the eastern star disaster is on course to be china's most deadly shipping accident in nearly seventy years