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15 November 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 22:22 GMT+1



October 12, 2018

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Disincastrati the hulls of the Ulysse ferry and portacontainer the CLS Virginia

Oily spot in removal from the Italian coast

Last night around 21,20 hours the Ulysse ferry and portacontainer the CLS Virginiums, involved Sunday in a collision happened to north of the Corsica and from then fitted with the bow of the first ship incuneata in the hull of the cargo vessel(of 8 October 2018), they have separated independently probably because of the billowy motion and of the twenty.

Italian Guard Costiera has announced that as a result of this event around the CLS Virginiums is spread absorbent creams and is on appraisals with respect to the transfer of the two units towards not Italian ports. As for produced the polluting riversatisi in sea as a result of the incident, Guard Costiera has specified that this morning own means airplane in monitoring activity have brought back a displacement of some spots, originally sighted to 14 miles from the savonesi coasts, towards the south-west, with relative removal from the Italian coast. Guard Costiera of Savona according to these information, in the evening yesterday has emanated caveat regarding the two ships object of the collision. Moreover, upon request of Guard Costiera and directive of the Minister of the Atmosphere, three Castalia means are activated, concessionaire of the antipollution service of national, than they have headed towards from Liguria area interested in order to place in being the necessary operations of control of the pollution. Sul place is present also a naval unit of Guard Costiera of Savona.






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