Insurance Journal - At least 37 people died and dozens were injured when a ferry carrying more than 120 people on a company outing collided with another ferry and sank near an island south of Hong Kong on Monday night in one of the city’s worst maritime accidents. The ferry belonging to the Hong Kong Electric Company was taking staff and family members to watch a fireworks display to celebrate China’s National Day and mid-autumn festival when it hit the other ship and quickly began sinking near Lamma Island. urvivors said they had little time to put on life jackets before the ferry flooded, trapping passengers. - Go To Story
Wednesday, October 03, 2012
 
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