• In the sea of Okhotsk on fire, the trawler "Kapitan Chernov"

  • The fire occurred on Board the fishing trawler "Kapitan Chernov", which is on fisheries in the Okhotsk sea off the coast of Kamchatka, reports RIA Novosti Thursday, may 18.

    "On Board the vessel at the time of the fire were 27 crew members, most of them transplanted to a nearby trawler "real". On Board the "Captain Chernov" are five people headed by the captain, who try to extinguish the fire on their own. They also help the sailors with the neighboring vessels", — said the Agency head of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Maritime rescue sub-centre Arthur Reetz.

    http://lenta.ru

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