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nnnnn do something about two hundred rescue divers are on the scene trying desperately to get two people inside only a very small number have come out alive , i'm john roach with reuters news in the town of generally in southern quebec province near where the eastern star cruise ship flipped in bad weather late on monday night i had a hospital in town where several of the very small number of survivors have been brought we've seen transferred from room to room and on top , it's been pouring rain here for the past twenty four forty eight hours military and military police is set up a firm coordinate around here , uh few kilometers away from the area where the boat flipped in fact and they're not letting journalists in or out my colleagues last night's log in across a muddy field several kilometers , to get close to where the boat was this morning someone kicked out and not allowed anywhere near within sight vote itself whether it's families hundreds of kilometers away or news teams here on the ground , people are looking for answers , but right now the chinese government is doing all it can to keep a tight lid on what's going on down on the yangtze river