A fertilizer ship broke into two on 5th February after hitting a sea wall off the southwestern coast of France in high winds.
Two helicopters lifted a dozen crew members to safety from the empty freight ship, which was initially feared to be fully loaded.
The ship had suffered had suffered engine problems and was carrying between 120-160 cubic meters of fuel in its tanks at the time of the incident.
Do you know more about the accident? Let us know in the comments below.
NOTE: Marine Insight does not have enough information to verify this video and cannot vouch for its accuracy.
You might also like to read..
- Seafarers Win Commitment To Mandatory Internet Access In International Law
- ABS-Approved Sterntube-Less Ship Concept To Save Shipowners Thousands While Keeping Oceans Clean
- Top 12 Tanker Shipping Companies in the World
- NYK’s First Chief Engineers Successfully Complete NTMA And Internal Training Program
- One Of World’s Largest 24,000TEU Ultra Large Container Carriers Undocked In Shanghai
- Seafarers’ Unions Agree On New Three-Year Global Minimum Wage ‘Safety Net’ Deal
- Russian Navy Open Fires At Cargo Ship Sailing Towards Mariupol Port
- Methane Leak From LNG Powered Cargo Ship Caught In Infrared Camera
- 4 Filipino Seafarers Arrested In Australia For Reportedly Importing Cocaine