Two cargo ships collided off the coast of Hong Kong on Monday morning. The accident occurred when the Marshall Islands-registered MOL Motivator, a 300-meter long container ship, collided with a smaller Chinese vessel, the Zhong Xing 2, CNN reports.
The smaller ship was reportedly transporting cement at the time, then sank with its crew of 12.
One of the passengers has been rescued, however; a search and rescue operation is currently being conducted two find the 11 others.
The rescued man, who is a 46-year-old Chinese national, is currently receiving treatment at a Hong Kong hospital, where his condition is reportedly stable.
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