Rescuers Race Against Time To Save Victims of Capsized Cruise Ship

China's transport minister says rescuers are racing against time to find survivors after a cruise ship capsized in bad weather on the Yangtze River.
Thousands of rescuers worked through the night around the upturned hull of the Eastern Star in Hubei province.
Five people are confirmed dead, 15 more have been found alive from a ship that was carrying 456 people.
The boat went down at late in the evening on Monday.
Most of the passengers are elderly Chinese tourists.
The survivors include the captain and chief engineer, both of whom have been taken into police custody.
The captain said the boat was caught in a cyclone and went down in minutes.