Source Pravda.Ru

Russian trawler sinks near Norwegian coast

The Russian trawler Murman sank near the coast of Norway late last night.

RIA Novosti was told at the rescue coordinating centre of the Northern Basin that the ship wrecked near the Norwegian island of Anneya one mile away from the port. The whole crew consisting of 31 people was saved by the Annensic-1 craft and carried to the port of the island.

According to the preliminary information, there are 420 tons of boiler oil and 12 tons of lubricating oil on board the Murman. The fishing trawler belonged to the Murman Sea-Food company of Murmansk. The Norwegian special services are finding out the causes of the accident.

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