Scenes from the field

JINDO, SOUTH KOREA: "Monks in the Jindo auditorium, where families of the passengers on the South Korean ferry await news." - CNN's David Hawley, April 19. A South Korean captain, standing in handcuffs before reporters, defended his order to delay the evacuation of his sinking ferry, CNN affiliate YTN reported early Saturday. The news of Lee Joon Seok's arrest in connection with the sinking that left at least 29 people dead and more than 270 missing came as divers made their way to the third deck inside the wreckage where they found three bodies, according to the South Korean coast guard. <a href='http://edition.cnn.com/2014/04/18/world/asia/south-korea-ship-sinking/index.html?hpt=hp_t1'>FULL STORY AT CNN.COM</a>. Follow David (<a href='http://instagram.com/davidhcnn' target='_blank'>@davidhcnn</a>) and other CNNers along on Instagram at <a href='http://instagram.com/cnn' target='_blank'>instagram.com/cnn</a>.

JINDO, SOUTH KOREA: "Monks in the Jindo auditorium, where families of the passengers on the South Korean ferry await news." - CNN's David Hawley, April 19. A South Korean captain, standing in handcuffs before reporters, defended his order to delay the evacuation of his sinking ferry, CNN affiliate YTN reported early Saturday. The news of Lee Joon Seok's arrest in connection with the sinking that left at least 29 people dead and more than 270 missing came as divers made their way to the third deck inside the wreckage where they found three bodies, according to the South Korean coast guard. FULL STORY AT CNN.COM. Follow David (@davidhcnn) and other CNNers along on Instagram at instagram.com/cnn.