Cargo ship sank in Yellow sea, 7 missing

Cargo ship LONG HUI DA 6999 sank in the morning May 22 in Yellow sea off Weihai, Shandong Province, China. SAR was launched with deployment of SAR ships, helicopter and all other ships being in the area. From 11 crew, 4 were found and rescued, 7 remain missing. Cargo ship said to be “river ship”, no LONG HUI DA 6999 ship found in databases. There’s cargo ship LONG HUI DA 6699, MMSI 413805489, length 120 meters, flag China – last AIS dated May 17, Yangtze estuary, proceeding downstream to sea, probably this is the ship which sank on May 22 up north from Yangtze estuary.
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