• Short Summary

    AT SEA

    Thirteen members of a South Korean ship reported to have sunk were missing off the southern Japanese island of Kyushu as Typhoon Ed moved away from Japan on July 30.The 1,180-ton (1159 tonnes) Ilsin Glory, on its way to Nagoya, sank on July 29 in stormy seas, triggered by the typhoon, about 33 kilometres (18 miles) northeast of the small island of Tsushima in the Sea of Japan.According to the Maritime Safety Agency four of the 17 crew were rescued and agency and naval vessels continued to search for others on July 30.Two lifeboats were found, both capsized.One had a hole in the upturned hull.A search plane failed to find any further trace of the ship or its crew.The meteorological agency said the typhoon was moving in a west-northwesterly direction, away from Kyushu as the rescue search continued.Strong winds and heavy rain continued to buffet the area.

  • Description

    1. AVs Rescue vessels and dye marking spot where ship sank, with capsized lifeboat alongside. (2 SHOTS) 0.19
    2. GV Upturned lifeboat, with hole in hull, alongside hull of rescue ship. (2 SHOTS) 0.28
    3. AVs High-speed launch heads towards another capsized lifeboat.(2 SHOTS) 0.49
    4. AV Search plane. 0.55
    5. AV Launch and lifeboat. 1.00
    InitialsGG/JRS


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    Background: AT SEA

    Thirteen members of a South Korean ship reported to have sunk were missing off the southern Japanese island of Kyushu as Typhoon Ed moved away from Japan on July 30.The 1,180-ton (1159 tonnes) Ilsin Glory, on its way to Nagoya, sank on July 29 in stormy seas, triggered by the typhoon, about 33 kilometres (18 miles) northeast of the small island of Tsushima in the Sea of Japan.According to the Maritime Safety Agency four of the 17 crew were rescued and agency and naval vessels continued to search for others on July 30.Two lifeboats were found, both capsized.One had a hole in the upturned hull.A search plane failed to find any further trace of the ship or its crew.The meteorological agency said the typhoon was moving in a west-northwesterly direction, away from Kyushu as the rescue search continued.Strong winds and heavy rain continued to buffet the area.

    Source: TOKYO BROADCASTING SERVICE (TBS)

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA7A56KLOWTZCA8UJYD0JMPI22O
    Media URN:
    VLVA7A56KLOWTZCA8UJYD0JMPI22O
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    31/07/1984
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:01:02:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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