Haiti ship fire leaves many missing

Two survivors and eight bodies found but 44 people remain missing.

    The US coast guard and Kemeri's crew are
    searching for 44 missing people [EPA]
    Survivors say the Kemeri had left Haiti from the northern coastal town of Cap-Haitien headed for Providenciales 240km away in the Turks and Caicos island chain.
    It sank about 40km from the border that separates Haiti and the Dominican Republic, according to the US coast guard.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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