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8 months ago | World | 0 comments

By Catleya Jardenil

Japanese authorities have temporarily suspended search and rescue operations for the missing crew, which are mostly Filipino of the Panamanian-flagged cargo ship that sank off Japanese waters in light of the upcoming typhoon.

It can be recalled that more than 30 Filipinos remain missing.

Cargo ship Gulf Livestock 1 issued a distress call wherein Edwardo Saren, the vessel’s chief officer, have been rescued.

Another Filipino was rescued on Friday.

He was found alive in a life raft from the sunken ship.

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