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Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Turkish Tanker Collides with Syrian Ship in Marmara Sea
Turkish Tanker Collides with Syrian Ship in Marmara Sea

Property damage occurred in the collision took place near Şarköy province and both ships anchored near the accident site.
Tuesday, 01.Oct.2013, 12:03 (GMT+3)

Turkish Tanker Collides with Syrian Ship in Marmara Sea
Property damage occurred in the collision took place near Şarköy province and both ships anchored near the accident site.

Syrian-Owned livestock carrier Omega Livestock, Cambodia-flagged,1,556 gt,76 meters long ship was en route from  from Romania to Syria while 7.776 GT 130  meters long  
 Turkish flag tanker "Selay-S"' was en route from Gebze to Aliaga (Both in same direction) collided off Şarköy district in Marmara Sea. 

Both ships  damaged after the accident and both of them anchored in the safe zone. There is no further reports about the severity of the accident but initial reports show that there is no risk of sinking for either of ships involved in the accident. 

Officials said there was'nt marine pollution reported.

Source: Sea News, Turkey.

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