A diving bell has returned to port as bad weather does not allow it to be used. The diving bell is to be used in the search for bodies on the sunken ferry Sewol.
The desperate search and rescue operation continues into the 10th day from the accident with the death toll now at 187.
A 'Diving Bell' is a bell-like metal structure that is submerged up to 40 meters to create a air-filled space for divers for rest and resupply.
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