Two foreign tourists killed as boat capsizes in Indonesia

VNA
Two foreigners have died after their boat capsized in rough seas offshore Indonesia’s resort island of Bali, the country’s search and rescue agency said on September 16.

The tourist vessel flips near Devil's Tear cove, east of Bali island (Photo: news.detik.com)

The tourist vessel flips near Devil's Tear cove, east of Bali island (Photo: news.detik.com)

The small tourist vessel flipped near Devil's Tear cove on Nusa Lembongan, east of Bali island.
The victims, including a 48-year-old Brazilian and a 43-year-old South African, were declared dead in hospital, the agency said.
The boat’s 35-year-old captain survived with serious injuries.
Maritime accidents are common in Indonesia, a Southeast Asian archipelago of some 17,000 islands where safety standards are often lax.

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