- 38 people have died and 82 remain missing, the Philippine coast guard says
- 750 passengers have been rescued
- Rescue crews continue searching for survivors
- Their ferry hit a cargo ship off Cebu City in the southern Philippines
Two days after the ferry they were on sank after colliding with a cargo ship, 82 people remained unaccounted for Sunday in waters between southern Philippine islands, a Coast Guard official said.
Authorities have found the bodies of 38 people and rescued another 750, said Coast Guard spokeswoman Dawn Baterbonia.
The incident occurred around 9 p.m. Friday in the Mactan Channel about 2 miles northwest of Cebu City