Friday , 15 December 2017
South Korea school vice principal hangs himself after ferry accident
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South Korea school vice principal hangs himself after ferry accident

JINDO, South Korea – The vice principal of a highschool whose pupils died or are lacking in a South Korean ferry accident has dedicated suicide by hanging himself outdoors a big health club the place households of the victims have been staying.

Police stated that Kang Min-gyu, fifty two, had been lacking since Thursday and appeared to have hung himself together with his belt from a tree outdoors the health club.

Out of 475 passengers and crew on the ship, about 340 have been college students and academics from the Danwon High School in Ansan, an industrial city close to Seoul, who have been on an outing to the resort island of Jeju.

They account for about 250 of these lacking.

Read extra: Sunken ship in South Korea killed 25. 271 people still unknown

SOURCE: Reuters

 

South Korea school vice principal hangs himself after ferry accident
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