Maritime Safety & Security News – 15-20 May 2010

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Chinese Engineer dies following accident on Cargo Ship

On Monday Afternoon at the Sriracha Silo Port, located 30kms outside of Pattaya, local rescue services were called to receive the body of a Chinese Engineer working on a cargo ship moored off the coast of Sriracha. According to the Captain of the vessel, Mr. Wan aged 25 was working on the roof of the main bridge when a mechanical device used to move containers, hit him and caused him to fall onto the main deck of the ship.

Action needed on fishermen deaths

BBC News

Urgent action is needed to help cut the number of fishermen killed in accidents at sea, a report has said. The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) .

Three drown, six missing in ship accident

ANTARA

Ciamis, W Java (ANTARA News) – Three passengers had drowned and six others still gone missing following the sinking of their ship in the Citanduy river of Continue reading »

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