Japanese Rescuers Try To Find Three Sailors In A Deadly Shripwreck

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On Tuesday, divers of the Japanese Maritime Security Authority resumed their search for three missing sailors who may be in the Sensho-maru bulk carrier hull that sank off Chiba Prefecture northeast of Tokyo on May 26.

As NHK channel reported, earlier rescuers heard a knock coming from one of the compartments of the vessel, lying at a depth of 30 m.

At present, a warship equipped with equipment for underwater operations has been sent to the area of ​​death of the cargo ship. Rescuers are also trying to accurately fix the place from which there is a knock.

Dry cargo ship “Senseo-maru” on Sunday in a dense fog collided with another vessel that remained afloat. The incident killed one person.

Japanese Rescuers Try To Find Three Sailors In A Deadly Shripwreck

 

Source: Maritime News of Russia