A flotilla of ships and the u. s. air force went to the aid of boat that sink with about 150 beings on board in Peol-Guatap reservoir
At least six parties have died and 31 beings are missing after a sightseer boat carrying about 150 parties sank in a pool in north-west Colombia, near the city of Medelln.
There was disarray over the deaths after Margarita Moncada, a local save official, approved nine had died in the incident on the Guatap-El Peol reservoir.
Later Colombias president Juan Manuel Santos arrived on the panorama and articulated 122 people were either rescued or noted their mode to shore. Six had died and the other 31 were missing, he mentioned. The incompatibilities in the number of members of fatalities could not be instantly reconciled.
The disabled were being treated in the neighbourhood hospital. Colombian air force helicopters were completed and stood be prepared to evacuate the most seriously wounded.
Videos circulating on social media pictured panicked fares extending to the top deck of the multi-storey ferry as it subside. Other recreational jugs hastened to the disturbed craft, which was reportedly loaded to capacity as holidaymakers took advantage of a long weekend.