Tanker Sinks Following Collision with Car Carrier in Myanmar
Seventeen crewmembers of a Myanmar-flagged tanker were rescued Sunday following a collision with car carrier on the Yangon River near Thilawa Port, Myanmar.
Local media has reported that the Myanmar Energy Ministry-owned Myan-Aung tanker collided with the Malacca Highway car carrier on Sunday afternoon at about 3pm local time. The Myan-Aung capsized and eventually sank following the collision.
The 17 crewmembers were rescued by a Myanmar navy ship. No casualties have been reported.
The collision occurred as the Myan Aung was returning to Yangon from Mawlamyine after unloading oil.
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