265 people rescued from burning ferry in Itlay, 200 still stranded

North Gazette News/ Athens
As many as 265 people have been rescued from the burning ferry adrift in the Adriatic Sea. The operation is being carried by Italian navy. Sources said that one man died on Sunday and four others received injuries. Several passengers have been flown to Galatina in southern Italy.
It is worth mentioning that Italian-flagged Norman Atlantic, chartered by Greek ferry operator Anek Lines caught fire when it was sailing between Patros in western Greece to Ancona in Italy with 478 passengers and crew.