Rescue workers have pulled more than a hundred bodies from a river in remote northeastern India, after a ferry crammed with 350 people overturned in heavy weather. Many passengers are still missing.
May 1, 2012 Rescuers pull out the wreckage of a ferry that capsized in the Brahmaputra River at Buraburi village, 215 miles west of the state capital Gauhati, India. Army divers and rescue workers pulled more than 100 bodies out of a river after a packed ferry capsized in heavy winds and rain in remote northeast India, an official said Tuesday. At least 100 people were still missing Tuesday after the ferry carrying about 350 people broke into two pieces late Monday, said Pritam Saikia, the district magistrate of Goalpara district. Anupam Nath/AP Buy Photo