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South Korea ferry: Survivor 'tried to save people'

22 April 2014 Last updated at 21:44 BST

The number of people known to have died in the South Korean ferry disaster last week has risen to more than 110, with more than 190 passengers still missing.

Rescuers searching for bodies have been able to take advantage of better weather on Tuesday, officials say.

The ferry tipped over and sank within two hours, but it is not yet clear why.

A truck driver who survived the disaster spoke to the BBC about his experience.

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