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i have my son doesn't get risk yours working desperately through the night to find survivors from the capsized cruise ship on the yangtze river in china , the grim an overwhelming seen most of the four hundred fifty eight people who were on the boat are still missing in most of them are elderly , mega roscoe bolland was at the side of the rescue operation covering the story for writers or get a little over a dozen people that were executed many of those are in very serious condition at a local hospital we've also uncovered some i think six or more bodies so it's still a small fire , the number , according to that that on the accident was caused by a tornado it's sort of a freak occurrence intro , shanghai , strong family members of the passengers demand answers outside the tour agency that organized the trip but officials aren't saying much only that they are responding a hundred percent to this unprecedented tragedy under voucher like this especially on that you know it's exceedingly rare here on public transport in general is some pretty safe i think especially on that you know we haven't seen anything like this in the way of america had accident in more than seventy years , ship's captain and chief engineer who were among the few to be rescued have been detained by police for questioning initial investigations and found that the ship was not overloaded that had enough life vests onboard for its passengers