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Indonesian recovered off coast of Japan's Shikoku Island

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REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, OSAKA -- The Japanese Coast Guard announced that its teams rescued an Indonesian sailor and found the bodies of three sailors on Monday, one day after they went missing with three other crew members, following a fire on board a tuna fishing boat in waters far off the western Japanese island of Shikoku.

The rescue teams found the man named Hebert Simon Liunsanda, and recovered the bodies of two Japanese and one Indonesian sailor from an area of the Pacific Ocean which is about 410 kilometers off the coast of Kochi Prefecture on the island, according to the latest report released by the 5th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters in Kobe City.

A spokesperson for the coast guard office told Xinhua that the 45-year-old Indonesian sailor was in stable condition and transported to a hospital in the prefecture by 6:00 p.m. local time by a helicopter, which also carried the bodies recovered.

The spokesperson added that the coast guard search and rescue teams will continue to search through the night for the other three missing sailors also from Indonesia around the sea area where the 19-ton fishing vessel caught fire on Sunday.

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