3 years later after the nation watched in horror as a passenger ferry sank about 20 kilometres from Perponda, the first glimpse of "Sevol" appeared above the water, as rescue crews picked it up from the seabed.
Engineers worked through the night to raise the 140-metre vessel. More than 300 people - mostly teenagers on a school trip died when the ferry sank. 9 bodies still missing
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