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On Tuesday, divers of the Japanese Maritime Security Authority resumed their search for three missing sailors who may be in the Sensho-maru bulk carrier hull that sank off Chiba Prefecture northeast of Tokyo on May 26.
As NHK channel reported, earlier rescuers heard a knock coming from one of the compartments of the vessel, lying at a depth of 30 m.
At present, a warship equipped with equipment for underwater operations has been sent to the area of death of the cargo ship. Rescuers are also trying to accurately fix the place from which there is a knock.
Dry cargo ship “Senseo-maru” on Sunday in a dense fog collided with another vessel that remained afloat. The incident killed one person.
Source: Maritime News of Russia