Windoc Incident – Story Behind YouTube’s Most Chilling Video
In August 2001 the Bulk Carrier Windoc was lined up on the Welland Canal’s Bridge 11 in Ontario Canada. After receiving the flashing amber approach light indicating that the bridge...
The accident took place to the 3,05 hours, ten minutes after “Don Pedro” had weighed anchor of Eivissa in the direction of Valencia, when hitting the Island of Daus, to one nautical mile of the port. The collision opened a water route in the ship, that sank thirty minutes after hitting the small barren island.
According to the marine captain of Eivissa, Jesus informed to Efe Varela, the ship, that was loaded with 150 tons of gasohol, is sunk to between 30 and 45 meters of depth and the damages in the helmet have caused a fuel flight.
In the ship, of 116 meters of length, eighteen crew traveled, a truck driver and his woman. After being rescued, eight had to receive medical aid by contusions and hypotherm after to have sent to the water. Read More…
Spanish Officials are not commenting on the cause of the accident but they do tell us the cause was human error.
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