Coast Guard ends search for survivors of capsized smuggling boat

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The U.S. Coast Guard on Monday said it suspended its search for survivors of a capsized smuggling boat off the coast of San Diego that resulted in the deaths of three people, authorities said.
At least five people remained in hospital Monday, including one person who was in critical condition, officials said. Photo courtesy of San Diego Fire and Rescue/ Twitter

At least three people were pronounced dead as a result of the boat capsizing and many more were injured. Photo courtesy of San Diego Fire and Rescue/ Twitter

The boat was transporting more than 30 people, most of whom were not legally allowed to enter the United States. Photo courtesy of San Diego Fire and Rescue/ Twitter

The U.S. Coast Guard said the smuggling boat capsized Sunday morning on rocks off the coast of Point, Loma, San Diego. Photo courtesy of San Diego Fire and Rescue/ Twitter

May 3 (UPI) --

Thirty-two people have been accounted for, including five people who were taken to the hospital, one of whom was in critical condition, and the three deaths, which were declared by the San Diego County medical examiner, the Coast Guard said in a statement.

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