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Sunday, 21 March 2021

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120 ton shipbreak sinks, Indian Coast Guard becomes guard, 6 rescued.







    

A statement issued by the Karnataka Coast Guard said the crew was dispatched from the old Margolor port on March 19 at 14:30 pm. The ship contained 120 tons of spices, grains, vegetables, sand and granite.




The Karnataka Coast Guard has done an admirable job in speedy action. The Karnataka Coast Guard on Saturday rescued six personnel floating 40 nautical miles from Mangalore. Long and short distance merchant ships usually carry heavy cargo along the coasts of East Arabia, East Africa, Yemen and coastal South Asia (Pakistan, India, Bangladesh). 




Such vessels are used for carrying goods such as fruits, fresh water or other heavy goods. One ship was in danger. According to the information received, the engine of the ship was flooded and the possibility of fire increased. Six members of the ship were rescued. Five of the six members are from Gujarat and one from Mangalore.



A statement issued by the Karnataka Coast Guard said the crew was dispatched from the old Margolor port on March 19 at 14:30 pm. The ship was loaded with 120 tons of spices, grains, vegetables, sand and granite. "All the six crew members (five from Gujarat and one from Mangalore) are in good health," the statement said. They are being brought to New Mangalore port and will be handed over to Coastal Police and Eddie Fisheries for further action.




30 nm was in danger of burning




A statement issued by the Karnataka Coast Guard said MR Sorty received the signal on Coastguard Doriner 773 routine. The signal was received from the Marine Shipping Vessel (MSV) Safina-AL-Mirzan. Preliminary assessments by rescuers revealed that the ship's engine room was filled with sea water. 




Which increased the risk of burning 30 nm. The Karnataka Coast Guard arrived on time and rescued six soldiers floating in the water. According to the report, every member is now in good health and according to the information received by the time of writing this report, they are being brought to Mangalore port. He will then be handed over to the Coastal Police and Eddie Fisheries for further investigation and further action.


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