UK Daily Mail
March 28, 2010
The mysterious explosion which sunk a South Korean naval ship split the vessel’s hull in two, officials say.
The two halves are lying in about 40 feet of water but bad weather has prevented military divers from reaching the wreckage.
A total of 46 sailors are missing but rescuers say it is unlikely anyone could have survived three days in the near-freezing water.
Weeping, angry relatives of the victims sailed around the site this morning.
Fifty-eight sailors were rescued from the 1,200-ton Cheonan that sank near the tense border with North Korea early on Saturday.
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