Four more bodies have been recovered after salvage crews raised the wreck of a tourist boat that sank on the Danube in Budapest last month.
The boat was carrying South Korean tourists when it was hit by a cruise ship and capsized, killing 20 people and leaving eight missing.
Recovery efforts by Hungarian and South Korean teams have been hampered by high water levels in the Danube.
The four bodies recovered have not been formally identified, but they are believed to be those of the boat’s Hungarian captain and three South Koreans including a six-year-old girl – the only child to die in the accident.
Another four people are believed to still be missing after the ship was raised and efforts would be doubled to find them.
Seven of the 35 people on board were rescued and several bodies quickly recovered, but others were swept away in the swollen river or trapped inside the boat.
The Viking Sigyn’s captain, named as 64-year-old Ukrainian national Yuriy C, was detained on suspicion of reckless misconduct in waterborne traffic leading to mass casualties. His lawyers said he was devastated but did nothing wrong.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said his government would co-operate with Hungarian authorities “to thoroughly investigate the incident”.