Police say 5 rescued European divers arrive on Indonesian island

Police say all five Europeans who went missing while scuba diving off eastern Indonesia have been found alive and taken to Flores island for medical treatment. Sgt. Brury says the divers - three from Britain and one each from France and Sweden - arrived in the town of Labuhan Bajo by motorboat on Saturday. He says they were taken immediately to a local hospital. The five had last been seen Thursday plunging into the water from their wooden boat off Tatawa island, near the Komodo National Park, home to the world's largest lizards. The area is famous for its rich marine diversity but also for its treacherous and unpredictable seas.