The bodies of seven missing sailors - found in the flooded wreckage of the navy destroyer.The commander of the seventh fleet revealing the damage you can see - the ship's mangled midsection - is relatively minor compared to what you can't see.
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The collision happened 56 nautical miles (104 kilometres) southwest of Yokosuka, in a busy shipping channel that is a gateway to major container ports in Tokyo and nearby Yokohama.
"U.S. and Japanese support from the Navy, Maritime Self Defense Force and Coast Guard are in the area to ensure that the Sailors on USS Fitzgerald have the resources they need to stabilize their ship".
"You can't see most of the damage, the damage is mostly underneath the waterline, and it's a large gash near the keel of the ship", he said. Navy spokesman Lieutenant Paul Newell said the victims were either killed by the impact or drowned in consequent flooding.
"Out of concern for the families and the notification process, I will decline to state how many we have found at this time", he said.
It is believed that the 222-metre container ship ACX Crystal, made an unexpected U-turn 25 minutes before the collision with USS Fitzgerald.
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Three people were medically evacuated to the US Naval Hospital in Yokosuka after the collision, including the ship's commanding officer, Commander Bryce Benson, who was reported to be in stable condition.
The commander of the Navy's Seventh Fleet, Vice Admiral Joseph P. Aucoin, said on Saturday that he was "humbled by the bravery and tenacity of the Fitzgerald crew" during and after the incident. Two other crew members suffered cuts and bruises and were also flown out by helicopter.
Sixteen hours following the predawn Saturday collision, the destroyer was pumping out water as it limped back to its home port in Yokosuka Naval Base south of Tokyo by sunset Saturday, its crew lined up on deck. "This was not a small collision", he said.
The ACX Crystal had 20 crew Filipino crew members aboard and there were no injuries on that vessel, a Japanese Coast Guard official said.
He thanked "our Japanese allies" for their swift assistance, and said the Navy will full investigate the cause.
The Philippine ship is 29,060 tons and 730 long, the coast guard said, much larger than the 8,315-ton naval destroyer. The Crystal is operated by Nippon Yusen K.K. USA aircraft is assisting in the effort, along with several Japanese helicopters and one plane, the 7th Fleet said.The area is particularly busy with sea traffic, said Yutaka Saito of the coast guard.
CORRECTION (June 17, 2017, 11:40 p.m. EST): An earlier version of this article erroneously reported that all seven of the missing sailors had been found. It is not yet clear how many were found.