Mangaluru, Apr 16 (PTI): Search for the nine fishermen,
missing at sea after their boat collided with a foreign cargo
vessel off the coast here early Tuesday, continued for the
fourth day on Friday, sources said.
Of the 14, who ventured in the boat on April 18, from
Beypore in Keralas Kozhikode district, two were saved.
Bodies of three other fishermen were recovered and sent
to their native places after post-mortem, the sources said.
Two of the deceased were from Colachel in Tamil Nadu and
one from West Bengal.
Vessels and choppers of the Indian Coast Guard, Navy and
coastal security police have been on the search for the
remaining nine fishermen for the last three days.
A search by divers on Thursday in the cabin of the boat,
which sank, yielded no result, said coastal security police
Fishing boats from Mangaluru and Kozhikode also took part
in the search operations, the sources said.
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