Blaze breaks out again on supertanker off Sri Lanka

Sep 03 2020


A new fire broke out on a supertanker carrying about 2 million barrels of oil in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Sri Lanka, spokesmen for the country’s navy reported, adding that one of its 23 crew was missing and another injured.

  

Reuters


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