One dead, seven missing after vessel upsets







A man has been discovered dead inside an upset angling pontoon off northern Japan, with seven other group individuals missing.

The 29-ton Keieimaru No.65 with eight Japanese anglers on board lost correspondence on waters somewhere in the range of 640 kilometers (400 miles) east of Cape Nosappu in Hokkaido on Tuesday, a coastguard representative told AFP on Wednesday.

The pontoon was later found inverted, and inside the vessel a man was found "in a condition of cardio-respiratory capture", he stated, utilizing the Japanese articulation recommending demise however without a specialist's affirmation.






"Six of our jumpers are proceeding with the quest for the remainder of the group individuals," he included.






The vessel was angling for sauries in the high oceans as they couldn't discover them in beach front waters, open telecaster NHK said.

Anglers the nation over are battling this year to get sauries, a delicacy during this season in Japan, and specialists point to higher water temperature as an explanation for it.





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