A 19-year-old woman is thought to be one of two Britons rescued from a boat which sank while travelling between the islands of Indonesia, a spokesman for the country's search and rescue agency has said.
The Foreign Office confirmed there were two Britons on board the boat.
We have rescued 23 people, including two from Holland, two from Switzerland, one from France, two from New Zealand, one from England and two from Spain.
There is just one from England, called Elizabeth, who is 19 years old.
Overall on the boat there were 25 people, 10 foreign and 15 Indonesian. Until now we are still searching for two people still in the water.
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