Boat restaurant sinks in river in China

Footage of a boat restaurant sinking in a river in China.

The video, shot in Nanchong City in southwestern China's Sichuan Province, shows a boat tilting to one side and sinking into the river gradually.

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Since no customers were dining on the boat and the three members of staff were evacuated immediately, no casualties were reported.

The reason for the incident is under investigation.

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