Seven people have died and at least 21 are missing after a river boat with South Korean tourists on board capsized in the Hungarian capital Budapest.
The double-decker boat was moored near the Hungarian parliament building in the Danube River and was hit by another tourist vessel, state news agency MTI reported.
It then turned over and sank on the river, which has been flooding with very strong currents, as a rainstorm enveloped the city.
Seven people have been rescued and are suffering from hypothermia after Wednesday night’s accident, but they are said to be in a stable condition.
MTI said there were 35 people on board: two crew and 33 South Korean tourists. The youngest passenger is believed to be a six-year-old girl.