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Stuck at sea: Mega cargo ship wedged in Suez Canal causes traffic jam


published on 25 March 2021 383 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Sky News". Originally published on 2021-03-24.
Tug boats and a digger struggle to free a mega cargo ship, blocking one of the world's busiet shipping pathways.

Dozens of ships are stuck because a container ship almost half a kilometre long is wedged across the waterway.
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