Now to the latest developments on Hyundai Glovis cargo ship that capsized off the coast of the U.S. state of Georgia.
Twenty crew members have been rescued so far from the ship but we are still waiting on the news about the four remaining South Korean nationals.
Let’ connect with our Choi Si-young for more.
Si-young fill us in.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the four crew members are all trapped inside the engine room.
The U.S. Coast Guard rescue team knocked on the ship's hull to locate the South Korean crew members and said, there were responses from inside the ship.
The U.S. Coast Guard is expected to send rescue divers into the ship for those four trapped inside on Monday at 6:30 A.M. local time or 7:30 P.M. Korean time (or in just a few minutes from now).
The South Korean government is also sending an emergency team.
Three South Korean officials will depart for the U.S. this evening while five others are traveling from the Consulate General of Atlanta to the accident site.
And the South Korean firm Hyundai Glovis also sent its emergency team to the site to keep its headquarters in Seoul up-to-date on the accident.
Do we know anything about the exact cause of this accident?
The ship, registered as the Golden Ray, departed from the Port of Brunswick at around 1:40 A.M. on Sunday and was heading to the Port of Baltimore when it began listing heavily off the coast of Georgia.
The vessel is currently 12.6 kilometers away from the Port of Brunswick in sea water that is just 11 meters deep.
It is still unclear what had caused the ship to tilt over. An investigation into the incident is in progress now.
But, an eyewitness known as Roberts told the local media that as the ship was departing from the port, another vessel known as Emerald Ace came into the port.
Then the Golden Ray capsized.
The witness said it was too dark to tell what really happened between the two ships.
Back to you Da-eun.