A ship named Crimson Polaris has broken into two pieces in a port in northern Japan. The leakage of fuel from the ship weighing 40 million kg has spread about 24 km.
Tokyo: A horrific accident has happened in the sea of northern Japan. Here a cargo ship collided with the soil of the coast and broke into two pieces. However, all the crew members of this Panama Flagged ship have been saved safely. The front and rear of this ship named Crimson Polaris have been separated and an aerial view video of this broken ship has surfaced.
fuel spread for 15 miles A coastguard has told that due to the ship's breakdown, its fuel has leaked and spread for about 24 kilometers (15 miles). However, the exact amount of damage caused to the environment is not yet known. This ship, weighing 39 thousand tons, was carrying wood chips. It crashed in Hachinohe port on Wednesday morning. It is being said that due to not enough depth of sea water near the coast, it got stuck in it.
The spokesperson, who did not wish to be named, said, 'Crimson Polaris broke in Aomari near Hachinohe Port. All its 21 crew members have been rescued safely. These are from China and the Philippines.
try to stop the oil spill Three patrol boats and three planes were dispatched as soon as the ship got stuck and broke at the port of the northeast coast of Japan. The spokesman said officials were trying to stop the oil spill but were yet to put up a fence around the boat. At the same time, patrol boats will be stationed here throughout the night so that the pieces of the ship do not collide. He also said that according to the information so far, no other ship was involved in this accident.