Aframax tanker mysterious explosion and mysterious voyage, Gulf of Aden

Oct 15 2020


Explosion occurred at Hush Al Nishaimah oil terminal, Yemen, Gulf of Aden, at 2000 UTC Oct 3, at the time when Aframax tanker SYRA was loading crude oil.

                 

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