Monday, 28 April 2014 - 6:56
Rescue chief says "no idea" when Korea ferry recovery over
Concerns are growing among anguished families that the bodies of those who died in the sinking of a South Korean ferry may never be found, as search teams suspended work yesterday, because of bad weather.
A looming storm and high tides put a temporary halt to operations to recover the remains of more than 100 people still missing over a week after the huge ferry capsized.
Meanwhile, the head of the operation to retrieve bodies from the sunken South Korean ferry admitted on Friday that he had "no idea" when it would be over, as furious relatives accused recovery teams of dragging their feet.