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Russian ship and Japanese fishing boat collided in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk: 3 dead


662 tons(*3*) ‘Amur’ The Russian ship with a crew of 23 and a Japanese fishing boat with a capability of 9.7 tons and a crew of 5 registered in the port of Monbetsu collided at round 06:00 native time.

3 PEOPLE DIED

In the accident that occurred in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, 23 kilometers northeast of Hokkaido province in the north of Japan, 3 individuals, one of the Japanese fishing boats in their 60s and the others in their 30s, misplaced their lives.

PATROL SHIP SENT

In response to the information of the public broadcaster NHK, the Japan Coast Guard despatched a patrol vessel to the scene.

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https://m.ensonhaber.com/dunya/ohotsk-denizinde-rus-gemisi-ile-japon-balikci-teknesi-carpisti-3-olu

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