More than 400 hundred people were still missing on Tuesday, and 12 others have been rescued after a passenger ship capsized in the Hubei Province in China's Yangtze River, state-run news agency Xinhua reports. The captain and the chief engineer were reportedly among those rescued from the Eastern Star, which was carrying 458 people and heading from Najing to Chongqing before it sank late Monday. State-run newspaper Hubei Daily reports that five bodies have been recovered from the ship. The captain and engineer, who police have detained, both allege the ship sank after it had been caught in a cyclone, according to Xinhua. Emergency workers could reportedly hear people yelling for help inside, state agency CCTV reports. Officials believe there were 406 passengers, five travel agency workers and 47 crew workers on board. Local media have reported majority of the passengers were between 50 and 80 years old and on a group tour.