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Distraught families of missing South Korean ferry passengers await news

This temporary shelter in Jindo, South Korea, is where desperate parents wait for news of their missing children. Nearly 270 ferry passengers, almost all of them students from a single high school, are missing after their boat sank on Wednesday. Hope is fading that any of them will be found alive. The wait for news - good or bad - is almost unbearable. The missing are presumed trapped inside the sunken ferry. Families urge authorities to speed up the search and rescue. The father and sister of one missing passenger refusing to believe the worst. (SOUNDBITE) (Korean) 47-YEAR-OLD FATHER OF MISSING PASSENGER, KIM CHANG-GOO SAYING: "They have to hurry to rescue survivors (from the ferry) but the divers are not going in. The number of survivors will reach its limit after today." (SOUNDBITE) (Korean) 22-YEAR-OLD SISTER OF MISSING PASSENGER, KIM HA-NA, SAYING: "We hear survivors (inside the ship) are dying." At Danwon High Scho

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