More than a week after the Sewol sank with 476 people on board, most of them high school pupils, there is still widespread anger among the victims' families over the pace of the initial rescue effort. Photo: Reuters More than a week after the Sewol sank with 476 people on board, most of them high school pupils, there is still widespread anger among the victims' families over the pace of the initial rescue effort. Photo: Reuters
More than a week after the Sewol sank with 476 people on board, most of them high school pupils, there is still widespread anger among the victims' families over the pace of the initial rescue effort. Photo: Reuters

Parents want autopsies to see if Jindo ferry victims died while trapped inside

Some families want to know if children died while trapped inside South Korean vessel

Topic |   South Korea ferry disaster
More than a week after the Sewol sank with 476 people on board, most of them high school pupils, there is still widespread anger among the victims' families over the pace of the initial rescue effort. Photo: Reuters More than a week after the Sewol sank with 476 people on board, most of them high school pupils, there is still widespread anger among the victims' families over the pace of the initial rescue effort. Photo: Reuters
More than a week after the Sewol sank with 476 people on board, most of them high school pupils, there is still widespread anger among the victims' families over the pace of the initial rescue effort. Photo: Reuters
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