‘We are not dead yet’ Heartbreaking texts from students on sinking S Korea ferry

April 17, 2014 | By | Reply More

April 17, – Mom, this might be my last chance to tell you I love you, one boy reportedly said. “I love you too, why are you saying that?” the mother replied, but received no response.

hromedia Heartbreaking texts from student’s moments before ferry sinks off South Korean coast intl. news4Another student texted her father, “Dad I can’t get out, the ship is slanted too much.” He replied, “Well try, try to get out.”

‘We are not dead yet’ “we can’t get out, there are no children in the corridors,” she said.

According to reports, the ferry tilted suddenly, but then took about two hours to capsize, giving those on board ample time to get off the ship.

The main issue was that the slanted ferry trapped some students in the ship, and there was an order given not to move.

Many parents went to the school their children attended because the school mistakingly sent a message saying that the students had been picked up, In fact, most of the students were not picked up and many are among the 290 missing.

Press journalist for HRO Media – Ignacio Damigo contributed to this report.

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