Cargo ship on fire at Canada-US border
About 40 containers of cargo fell into the sea from the ship before the fire broke out. The fire is associated with two containers that contain hazardous substances.
A fire broke out on the container ship Zim Kingston, which is near the Canada-U.S. border. This was reported on Saturday, October 23, by TV channel Global News.
According to him, a few days ago, due to bad weather, about 40 containers fell into the sea from the vessel, traveling under the Maltese flag. The Zim Kingston is currently anchored in the Strait of Juan de Fuca between Port Angeles, Washington, and Port Victoria, British Columbia.
According to the Canadian Coast Guard, the fire is linked to two containers containing hazardous substances. The U.S. Coast Guard said on Twitter that it is monitoring the ship and the containers it is carrying with its Canadian counterparts.
CityNews reporter John Ackerman reported on Twitter that 10 crew members were evacuated from the ship after the fire broke out. There is no information about the number of sailors remaining on the ship or whether the fire was extinguished.
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