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Chinese freighter Tian Yun sank after visiting North Korean port

April 15, 2013 at 11:59 by Mikhail Voytenko in Accidents

Chinese general cargo vessel Tian Yun sank in the afternoon Apr 14 13 in Japan sea. Vessel is reported to sink in South Korean waters, en route, according to vessel’s AIS, from Rizhao, China, East China Sea, to Chongjinn, North Korea, Japan Sea. According to Satellite AIS track, vessel already called Chongjinn, and left port on Apr 11. No other information available. On a photo from China.org.com sinking Tian Yun. The 17 Chinese crew rescued, no injures reported. 

  Chinese freighter Tian Yun sank after visiting North Korean port

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