Chinese bulk carrier Fu Sheng Hai broke in two, fore section sank, Japan sea

Bulk carrier Fu Shang Hai which ran aground on or near Saeng island off Busan, Japan sea, on July 1 13, broke in two on July 6, reported fleetmon.com. The fore section up to Hold 4 sank on some 30 meters depth, aft section is aground. Salvage is under way, though the decision regarding the fate of fore section is yet unknown.

Grounding news:

Bulk carrier Fu Sheng Hai aground off Busan

Bulk carrier Fu Sheng Hai ran aground on July 1 13 on or near Saeng island off Busan, Japan sea. Vessel was en route from Lianyungang China to Busan Korea, with cargo of steel and plywood. Judging from AIS, in the afternoon July 3 vessel was probably, still aground. 

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