At least seven people have died and nineteen reported missing after a boat capsized on the Danube river in Hungary’s capital Budapest.
Thirty-three people, mostly tourists from South Korea, were on board the boat when it was hit by another vessel.
The Danube river, a popular tourists attraction swelled due to heavy rainfall, causing the accident.
South Korea’s Foreign Ministry has confirmed that nineteen Koreans are missing, and the government is sending a team of officials to Hungary.
Rescue efforts continue into the early hours of today.