Volunteers search for victims near the damaged cargo ship Sulpicio Express Siete on Saturday, August 17, a day after it collided with a passenger ferry in Talisay, in the Cebu province of the Philippines. The ferry, which sank, is thought to have been carrying about 700 passengers.
Philippine Navy personnel lift a victim from one of the floating life rafts during rescue operations on August 17.
The two ships collided around 9 p.m. Friday.
A survivor on a stretcher is taken to a hospital in Cebu City on August 17.
A medic carries 3-month-old Trisia Mae Kumaro as her mother steps out of an ambulance at the hospital on August 17.
The ferry, MV St. Thomas Aquina, was coming from Butuan City when it collided with the cargo ship in the Mactan Channel about 2 miles northwest of Cebu City, the capital of Cebu province.