Housewife Survives 30 Hours Adrift at Sea

Housewife Survives 30 Hours Adrift at Sea

090906) — ZAMBOANGA, Sept. 6, 2009 — This photo released by the Philippine Navy shows the ill-fated SuperFerry 9 in the high seas of Baturampon Point in the coast off Zamboanga in southern Philippines, Sept. 6, 2009. The Superferry 9, a passenger ferry ship carrying nearly 1,000 people, capsized in the high seas off the southern Philippines on Sunday, leaving at least three people dead and 88 others missing, the Philippine National Disaster Coordinating Council said. HO)

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Handout photo dated 07 September 2009 and released 08 September 2009 by the Philippine Air Force shows Filipino Lita Casunlum (top), survivor of a ferry that sunk in the southern Philippines, rescued after being found bobbing in waters of the Zamboanga Peninsula in the southern Philippines. The Philippine government’s Maritime Industry Authority has suspended operations of passenger vessels of Aboitiz Transport System Corporation, which operates the SuperFerry 9 that sunk in the southern Philippines on 06 September while transporting more than 900 passengers and crew. Nine were confirmed dead from the incident while more than 900 were rescued.

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