Possible human bones found inside ‘Sewol’
SEOUL: Suspected human bones were recovered yesterday from South Korea’s sunken Sewol ferry, officials said, after having to withdraw a similar assertion after the ship was salvaged in March. Two bones were retrieved yesterday from a cabin on the fourth floor, the Maritime Ministry said. Citing experts, it said they were apparently human and had been sent for DNA tests. Last week, a diver combing the sea bed where the ferry had been lying found a bone fragment believed to be from a human shin.