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The captain of the South Korean ferry that sunk off the southern coast has apologized as fears rise for those still missing. ...
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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYAt Sea, South Korea - April 17, 20141. Wide, ship on side in water2. Mid, ships hull in waterYONHAP TV - AP CLIENTS ONLYMokpo, South Korea - April 17, 20143. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Lee Joon-seok, Captain of sunken ship:I am really sorry and deeply ashamed. I don't know what to say."AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYAt Sea, South Korea - April 17, 20144. Mid, of hull in water, cuts to wide of hull in waterAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPaengmok Port, South Korea - April 17, 20145. Mid, families crying as body is transferred to portAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYAt Sea, South Korea - April 17, 20146. Mid, search crews on ship7. Mid, divers in water8. Mid, police boat near sunken ship9. Wide, sunken shipVOICE OVER SCRIPT:THE CAPTAIN OF A SOUTH KOREAN FERRY HAS APOLOGIZED AS FEARS RISE FOR THOSE STILL MISSING ON THE SUNKEN SHIP.(Nat sound of captain)THE CAPTAIN, COVERING HIS HEAD WITH A SWEATSHIRT, SAID HE WAS SORRY AND DEEPLY ASHAMED.MORE THAN 24 HOURS AFTER THE FERRY FLIPPED ON ITS SIDE OFF THE SOUTHERN COAST OF SOUTH KOREA, ABOUT 400 SEARCHERS ARE TRYING TO FIND 287 PASSENGERS STILL MISSING.OFFICIALS SAY THERE ARE NINE CONFIRMED DEATHS AND DOZENS OF INJURIES.STRONG CURRENTS IN THE SOUTH KOREAN SEA HAVE MADE SEARCHING DIFFICULT, AND HAS PREVENTED DIVERS FROM REACHING THE WRECKAGE.475 PEOPLE WERE ABOARD THE VESSEL WHEN IT WENT DOWN, MOST OF THEM HIGH SCHOOL STUDNETS.EMILY ROSEMAN, The Associated Press