GAUHATI, India (AP) — One person has died and several are feared missing after two passenger ferries collided Wednesday in northeastern India. An official in Jorhat city in Assam state says the head-on collision caused one of the boats to sink. He says four rescued passengers were taken to a hospital, where one died. A total of 41 people have been rescued. Officials are still trying to determine the exact number of people on the ferries. The cause of the collision was not immediately clear.
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