Chinese crewmen granted bail over trawler skippers’ disappearance in January 2009
‘A wee더킹카지노k ago, we found a body of a man in the water, and then we found this body,’ said Dr. Daniel Dey, a spokesperson for the U.S. Navy’s 7th Fleet.
‘We’ve just started a formal autopsy and we don’t know yet the cause of death.’
US military officials could not say which boat the body belonged to but local fishermen and local Chinese fishing officials said it belonged to a man.
US Navy officials could not confirm whether the body belonged to a U.S. Navy crewman who was missing nearly five months ago
‘He’s being treated by the medical staff and we’re waiting for the autopsy to confirm his identity,’ local Chinese fishing officer Zheng Shijie told AFP.바카라
However, US Navy spokesman Captain Jeff Davis said this information was not yet in.
He said the U.S. Navy is waiting for information from Chinese authorities.
The incident raises questions over the sa더킹카지노fety of China’s sea vessels. China’s navy’s operations in the region were suspended in September last year when a Chinese cargo ship was caught drifting in Chinese territorial waters.
Some 50 U.S. Navy sailors on board the vessel were freed on Jan 29 and returned to the States.
But several of the sailors’ families said they thought the men, originally from California, might still be at large.