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Dry cargo ship leaving Nakhodka sank in the Sea of ​​Japan

Dry cargo ship leaving Nakhodka sank in the Sea of ​​Japan
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The Panama dry cargo ship, leaving the port of Nakhodka in Primorsky Territory to the Japanese port of Kinuura, sank in the Sea of ​​Japan. One person is missing.

As the RBC citing NHK TV channel, a ship carrying coal sounded a distress signal on the evening of December 1, 380 km from Japan's Shimane prefecture. The South Korean coast guard patrol ship that arrived at the scene of the emergency rescued 17 of the 18 crew members. The dry cargo ship sank.

All crew members are Vietnamese citizens. The Japanese Coast Guard is looking for a missing person.

As EastRussia previously wrote, a container ship under the flag of Panama ran aground On November 9, off the coast of Nakhodka, the crew discovered crack along the board. Due to the threat to the crew, the ship's captain gave distress signals. Rescuers on a Mi-8 helicopter evacuated all 14 crew members - Chinese citizens.

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