Danube currents keep rescuers from wreck after deadly river crash

A diver of a special South Korean rescue team enters the water at the site of a ship accident, which killed several people, near Margaret Bridge on the Danube river in Budapest, Hungary, May 31, 2019. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Roiling flood waters in the Danube made it impossible for rescuers to reach the wreck of a river boat on Friday, two days after it sank in the Hungarian capital with 28 people feared dead, nearly all of them South Korean tourists. One rescue diver was swept away and had to be […]

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