Four dead after two boats collide near the Greek island of Aegina close to Athens

Four dead after two boats collide near the Greek island of Aegina close to Athens
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By Christopher Cummins with Agencies
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At least four people have been killed and five others injured after a speedboat and pleasure boat collided off the Greek island of Ageina close to Athens, according to the Greek coastguard.

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At least four people have been killed and five others injured after a speedboat and pleasure boat collided off the Greek island of Ageina close to Athens, according to the Greek coastguard.

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The reason for the accident is not yet known. Private vessels are assisting authorities by picking up survivors who had fallen into the water.

Seven people are still missing according to the mayor of Aegina.

The coastguard say at least 20 people were on board one of the boats.

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