At least 10 Haitians die, 110 saved from capsized ship in Bahamas
Tuesday, November 26, 2013 - 00:34
Nov. 26 - Search and rescue efforts continue after a ship capsized in the Bahamas, killing at least 10 Haitian migrants. Nathan Frandino reports.
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Over 100 Haitian migrants clinging to their lives on a capsized ship in the central Bahamas.
New video from the U.S. Coast Guard shows the 40-foot, or 12-meter, sail-powered coastal freighter run aground near Staniel Cay.
At least 10 Haitians were killed and the U.S. Coast Guard says as many as 30 were reported to have died.
In the video, survivors can be seen climbing into one of the quick-inflating rafts dropped by Coast Guard helicopters.
Officials say 110 were rescued.
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