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(Bloomberg) — Ten people died and several people may be missing as rescue teams continue to search for bodies following the evacuation of 427 people in rough seas and high winds from an Italian ferry that caught fire en route from Greece to Italy.

The presence of three stowaways, overbookings and evacuated passengers make it difficult to give a number of missing people at this time, Giuseppe Volpe, prosecutor for the Italian city of Bari, said in a press conference today broadcast on Sky TG24. Greek weekly newspaper To Vima reported yesterday that 38 people may be missing.

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