Families continue to discover the fate of missing passengers from the capsized Sewol ferry, with a new set of descriptions posted at a nearby gym.
NBC News Correspondent Bill Neely reports:
150 bodies have been recovered from the sunken S Korean ferry #Sewol. Descriptions posted at gym where families wait.
As 1 description of a girl's body flashed onto screen at the gym, one woman reactive screamed & ran across floor chased by medical workers.
After body 142 was pulled out at 0842, almost exactly to the minute 1 week after the ferry got into trouble,8 more teenagers bodies removed
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