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World Blaze rages on Russian trawler in northern Norway

13:30  26 september  2019
13:30  26 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

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A Russian trawler with an ammonia tank and about 200,000 litres of diesel oil inside burst into flames at a Norwegian port. Russian fishing trawler full of diesel fuel caught fire in a northern Norwegian port. Flames and smoke were seen coming from Bukhta Naezdnik vessel in Breivika.

A Russian trawler with an ammonia tank and carrying about 200,000 liters of diesel oil was in flames Thursday at a northern Norwegian port and authorities evacuated surrounding areas because of an explosion risk. The Norwegian public broadcaster NRK said the fire on the Bukhta Naezdnik started

HELSINKI (AP) — A Russian trawler with an ammonia tank and carrying about 200,000 liters of diesel oil was in flames Thursday at a northern Norwegian port and authorities evacuated surrounding areas because of an explosion risk.

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The blaze reportedly rages on as hydraulic oil and trawls in the bow of the ship have caught fire. According to Norwegian national broadcaster NRK, all 29 crew members were evacuated. Of them, twelve were sent to medical facilities for examination. Tweet: “The trawler in Breivika harbor is still

A Russian trawler has caught on fire in the northern Norwegian port of Tromsø, local police said Wednesday. Twelve out of 29 crew members have been sent to the hospital for The Maritime Bulletin news outlet, which identified the trawler a the Bukhta Nayezdnik, said 27 people have been taken to

The Norwegian public broadcaster NRK said the fire on the Bukhta Naezdnik started Wednesday. It is moored at the port of Breivika in the Tromsoe region.

"The fire is near the (ammonia) tank but it hasn't exploded," Oeystein Solstad, head of the region's fire and rescue department told Norwegian newspaper VG.

"We believe that the valves have worked properly and that much has gone out of the tank. We don't therefore think that there is a great danger of explosion right now, but we keep the tank cool all the time," he said.

Local police said much of the diesel oil on the trawler is estimated to have burned overnight but that some oil had been found on the sea. There were no reports of casualties.

Photos and video footage from the scene showed the vessel had listed drastically by mid-morning Thursday and was covered with thick smoke.

NRK said nearly 100 people had been evacuated from the area. It said the 64-meter (210 ft) long Bukhta Naezdnik was built in Norway in 1991. According to VG, the trawler has a crew of 29.

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