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

July 16, 2013 at 15:51 by Mikhail Voytenko in Accidents

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

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