Russian and Turkish dry cargo ships collided in the Bosphorus

Russian dry cargo ship Rusich-10 and Turkish Takhsin Imamoglu collided in the Bosphorus. According to preliminary data, no one was injured, towing vessels were sent to the scene of the incident, RIA Novosti reports with reference to the Turkish coast guard. The number of people on board is not specified. Anadolu agency writes that a 90-meter Turkish dry cargo ship was sailing from Kocaeli province to the industrial port of Karadeniz Eregli on the Black Sea coast. The Russian dry cargo ship (128 meters long) was heading from the Gemlik region of the Bursa province to Russia. According to the agency, the Russian ship began to sink. …

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