WUHAN, Feb. 4 (Xinhua) -- Five people remain missing three days after a cargo vessel capsized in the Yangtze River in central China's Hubei Province.
Nine people fell into the water at a section of the Yangtze in Qichun County, Huanggang on Thursday evening.
One person was pulled out of the water but later died despite medical treatment. Three others have been rescued and are in stable condition.
A total of 23 rescue boats, in addition to more than 200 rescuers, are still searching for the five missing. Authorities have published the names of the missing.
An investigation showed that the vessel was registered in Hubei's Badong County. It measures 75.5 meters long and 11.4 meters wide, with a molded depth of 4.1 meters. It can carry a weight of 1,900 tonnes.
The cause of the accident is being investigated.