May 4 (Reuters) – Two Chinese sailors died and 6 are
missing after their vessel held glow and sank in a Pacific
Ocean, a U.S. Air Force pronounced on Sunday.
The vessel sank on Friday and a survivors were picked adult by
a Venezuelan fishing boat. Seven sailors were in good condition,
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona pronounced on a website.
Two of a Chinese sailors died of browns and dual were
critically burned, it said. Rescue teams from Davis-Monthan flew
on Saturday to a Venezuelan vessel, about 1,100 nautical miles
(2,050 km) west of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, to yield medical
Airmen parachuted into a H2O and used inflatable life
rafts to strech a fishing vessel.
The harmed sailors will be ecstatic to Cabo San Lucas
and afterwards flown to California for diagnosis during a La Jolla Burn
Facility, a website said.
The 7 who were in good condition were eliminated to a
Chinese boat along with a bodies of a those who died.
Details about a Chinese vessel that sank were not immediately
(Reporting by Sharon Bernstein; Additional stating by David
Schwartz; Editing by Matt Driskill)