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Russian Cargo Ship Sinks in Turkey’s Black Sea Coast, Rescue Underway

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The governor of Bartin province introduced the shipwreck off Inkumu in northern Turkey and stated emergency employees have been out making an attempt to rescue 15 folks on three lifeboats.

  • Associated Press ISTANBUL
  • Last Updated: January 17, 2021, 16:29 IST
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A Russian-flagged dry items ship sank off the Black Sea coast in Turkey on Sunday and a rescue operations for the crew was underway, an official stated.

The governor of Bartin province introduced the shipwreck off Inkumu in northern Turkey and stated emergency employees have been out making an attempt to rescue 15 folks on three lifeboats. Gov. Sinan Guner stated there have been no experiences of deaths or that the lifeboats have been at risk.

The space has been buffeted by heavy rains, snow and robust winds.

The climate circumstances are unhealthy and the rescue groups are additionally having hassle touchdown,” the official stated, in response to Turkey’s official Anadolu information company.

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