Source Pravda.Ru

Search for missing fishermen continuing in Russia region

Four units of rescuers are continuing the search for 11 fishermen from the Khabarovsk region who are missing in the Tatarsky Strait of the Sea of Japan.

The rescuers are riding in offroad vehicles along the coast of the Vanino district, where 13 people went to sea in a boat. The vessel capsized in a storm.

Only two have got to the coast. The rest, including a 10-year-old child, have not been found. The water temperature in the Tatarsky Strait is plus 7 degrees Centigrade. According to sea rescuers, man can survive for only five minutes in such cold water, Itar-Tass reported.

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