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MSC MIA contacted gantry crane in Valencia Sep 13 2020


published on 13 September 2020 6519 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Mikhail Voytenko".
One of the biggest ships in the world, 23,000+ TEU container ship MSC MIA, contacted gantry crane while leaving container terminal at Valencia, Spain, in the morning Sep 13. Crane collapsed, crane operator sustained injures and was hospitalized.
Valencia, Spain
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