Divers searching the ferry that sank off the South Korean coast Saturday spotted three bodies inside it just after resuming their search and rescue efforts, officials said. The discovery came three days after the ferry capsized and sank, killing dozens and leaving hundreds more missing. The captain was taken into custody on Friday and faces five charges, including criminal negligence. Surviving crew members said Captain Lee Joon-seok hesitated half an hour after the ferry had begun critically listing before he ordered passengers to abandon ship. By the time he gave the order, many of them couldn't navigate the severe tilt, a helmsman said.