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Pilot boat catches fire in Brazil


published on 17 January 2022 575 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "CAMARAGIBE URGENTE OFICIAL". Originally published on 2022-01-17.
A pilot boat caught fire near the entrance of the Port of Recife, on Saturday morning (15 January). The fire would have started around 11h. In a note, the port authority explained that the two people who were in the pilot boat were rescued by another pilot boat "Serrambi".

The causes of the accident had not yet been identified, but would be investigated.
Port of Recife, Brazil
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