Missing divers rescued – Two women rest after being rescued off the Indonesian island of Bali on Monday, February 17. Seven Japanese women, ranging in age from 27 to 59, went missing Friday after a scuba dive near the islands of Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida, southeast of Bali. Five of them have been found, officials said. Two are still missing.
Missing divers rescued – Saori Furukawa, one of the rescued divers, is seen here after she was rescued and taken to a hospital in Bali.
Missing divers rescued – Volunteers carry a rescued diver Monday. The area in which the women were diving is a noted beauty spot, "but it's also very dangerous," said Bali Governor I Made Mangku Pastika, citing "unpredictable natural aspects."
Missing divers rescued – One of the Japanese divers is carried onto an ambulance.
Missing divers rescued – Two of the divers were scuba instructors. The other five were tourists.
Missing divers rescued – An Indonesian rescue officer monitors a search team at a Bali beach on Sunday.
Missing divers rescued – A rescue team searches for the missing divers on Saturday.