Sources from Bali made a statement that a cargo ship carrying 14 crew members sunk in waters off Bali coast in Indonesia, rescuers said they were searching for seven crew members on Sunday. As per report it was stated that KM Multi Prima One cargo ship heading to Waingapu town of East Nusa Tenggara province capsized in Bali Gulf after leaving waters off Surabaya, head of communication for media of national search and rescue office Yusuf Latief told Xinhua.
Meanwhile the search was underway in a radius of 200 nautical miles from the site of the capsize. Reportedly it was stated that the seven crew who survived were rescued by Cahaya Abadi 201 ship, which was passing by the spot, according to him.
Moreover the sea water transport is key to Indonesia, a vast archipelagic country home to over 17,500 islands. However, lack of safety standard keeps triggering such incidents.
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