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70 reported hurt in Macao ferry crash

By Xinhua | China Daily | Updated: 2014-06-14 07:26

Injuries from a high-speed ferry crash in Macao stood at 70 on Friday, according to the region's health authorities.

Officials said the turbojet ferry Cacilhas, operated by Hong Kong-based Shun Tak Holdings Ltd, hit the southern embankment near Macao's Outer Harbor terminal at around 9:30 am local time.

Officials with Macao's government agencies and Shun Tak held a news conference on Friday afternoon, saying that the ship was carrying about 220 passengers and 13 crew members.

70 reported hurt in Macao ferry crash

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