A cargo ship with 24 people aboard capsized early Sunday morning near the Georgia coast.
The Coast Guard received a 911 call around 2 a.m. for the Golden Ray cargo ship and the 23 crew members and one pilot aboard, officials said.
It’s unclear what caused the 656-foot-long, 106-foot-wide ship, which had just left Colonels Island Terminal, to overturn.
Four of the 23 people on board were still missing as of around 1 p.m. Sunday. The other 20 people were rescue safely.
Several Coast Guard units, the Marine Safety Unit Savannah and the Salvage Engineering Response Team are all assisting in the search.