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Accident off Wangerooge - container ship runs aground (in German)


published on 3 February 2022 297 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Nordwest TV". Originally published on 2022-02-03.
The 400-metre-long container giant "Mumbai Maersk" has run aground in the North Sea tidal flats and must be towed free. The Central Command for Maritime Emergencies was basing its hopes on the high tide at around two o'clock in the morning of Friday night. The night before, an attempt to tow the freighter free had failed. The high water on Thursday afternoon was also too low. In addition, more powerful tugs are still needed.

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Captain Rahayuddin Arifin Indonesian Maritime Pilots Association - INAMPA, Indonesia
on 3 February 2022, 17:53 UTC

Due to bad weather the big vessel are heavy to operating in the limited space
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