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Dozens feared dead as ship sinks in South China Sea

At least three people rescued from ship that broke in two during typhoon but more than two dozen still missing

More than two dozen crew members are unaccounted for after their ship broke in two during a typhoon in the South China Sea on Saturday, with rescuers scrambling to find them, officials have said.

Authorities dispatched planes and helicopters to help with the rescue. At least three people from the crew of 30 had been brought to safety as of 5.30pm local time (1030 GMT).

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