Rescuers on Tuesday called off the search for 17 crew members missing from a South Korean trawler that sank off Antarctica, bringing the death toll from the tragedy to 22.
|An Insung Corporation-issued photo shows the South Korean fishing boat Number 1 Insung which has sunk in Antarctic waters.|
There was no reasonable hope the missing men from the No. 1 Insung were still alive after 30 hours in the icy Southern Ocean without proper immersion suits, Maritime New Zealand said.
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