Divers found nearly 50 bodies—many of them children--in the wreck of a ship that sank in Russia’s Volga River late Sunday. The disaster killed 129 people, according to reports. One survivor called the ship a “metal coffin.” The Bulgaria sank nearly two miles from shore with 208 people on board, though the ship was only cleared to carry 140. Russia’s President Medvedev declared a day of mourning Tuesday. Looking for answers, many are blaming vast corruption and negligence that are infused through Russia.