Confirmed death toll in Danube River boat crash rises to 24

A barge carries the sightseeing boat past the house of parliament on the Danube river after it was lifted from riverbed in Budapest, Hungary, Tuesday, June 11, 2019. Four people are still missing from the May 29 collision between the Hableany (MermaiPlayThe Associated Press
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Hungarian police say four more victims from the tour boat that sank two weeks ago after colliding on the Danube River with a cruise ship have been identified, raising the death toll to 24, including 22 South Koreans and the two-man Hungarian crew.

Four South Koreans remain missing since the May 29 crash and seven were rescued.

The four people identified Wednesday, a day after they were recovered from the Hableany (Mermaid) as it was being raised out of the river with a floating crane, included the boat's captain and the only child victim of the collision, a 6-year-old South Korean girl.

Meanwhile, a Budapest court on Wednesday upheld a ruling allowing the cruise ship captain, under arrest since June 1, to be released on bail under certain conditions.