Survivors of South Korea ferry disaster gather in gym

Students who were rescued from a sinking ferry in South Korea today were taken to a gym on Jindo Island, where they were met by emotional relatives.

At least four people have died and nearly 300 remain unaccounted for after the ferry, carrying mostly students, capsized off South Korea's coast.

A father hugs his daughter who was rescued from the sinking ferry. Credit: Reuters
The mother of a passenger who was on the ferry reacts after finding her son's name in the survivors list Credit: Reuters
Rescued passengers cry at a gym in Jindo, where survivors were taken today Credit: Reuters
The mother of a passenger who was on the ferry reacts as she finds her son at a gym in Jindo today Credit: Reuters

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