Fire on Philippine Ferry Kills 29
By Neil Jerome Morales MANILA, March 30 (Reuters) – Philippine rescuers searched the smoldering ruins of a burnt-out ferry on Thursday for any survivors or more victims of a fire that swept through the...
One person has reportedly died after a cargo ship broke in half at the at a Russian anchorage in the Black Sea.
Reporting indicates the Comoros-flagged Seamark had about 3,000 tons of marble chips in its holds when it broke in two at the Novorossiyak anchorage in Southern Russia.
Eleven crew members were rescued from the vessel, but one reportedly died from injuries and another is in critical condition.
Video filmed from shore shows the vessel with its bow and stern sticking up out of the water in stormy weather.
AIS data indicates that the Seamark arrived at the anchorage on February 15. The latest position according to MarineTraffic.com was received on Tuesday at 1352 LT.
The location of the sinking is indicated in a graphic shared by EOS Risk Group below:
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