3 killed, 19 injured after fishing boat collides with bridge in South Korea

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Seoul [South Korea], October 31 (ANI): Three individuals were killed and 19 others were harmed after a fishing vessel slammed into an extension wharf on South Korea's west coast on Saturday, educated the Korea Coast Guard.

The mishap happened at around 5:41 am the point at which the 9.77-ton vessel conveying 21 recreational anglers and a captain crashed into one of the wharfs of an extension associating Anmyeon Island and Wonsan Island, detailed Yonhap News Agency.

Lee Sung-il, a Coast Guard representative, said that three out of four men discovered oblivious by the Coast Guard were articulated dead after landing in emergency clinics, while the fourth stayed in basic condition.

He further educated that 19 men, including a 42-year-old captain by the name Woo, were being treated at close by clinics for minor and genuine wounds.

Lee referenced that the captain is accepted to have neglected to see a scaffold dock because of obscurity as his vessel was going at somewhere in the range of 15 and 18 nautical miles (27 and 33 kilometers) every hour.

As per Yonhap News Agency, a few people have thought that the fishing vessel might have accelerated to locate a superior spot for fishing, featuring the need to manage recreational fishing hours to after dawn and before nightfall for elevated security.

As of now, fishing vessels are permitted to leave the port after 4 am and show up before 8 pm. (ANI)

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