Sandy Sinks Tall Ship, 14 Rescued and Two

Sandy Sinks Tall Ship, 14 Rescued and Two

London : United Kingdom | Oct 29, 2012 at 8:57 AM PDT
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According to the U.S. Coast Guard two crew members missing Monday amid 18 - feet tall wind waves and 40 - miles per hour and after that their team to abandon the British ship Bounty three valid for lifeboats.

Coast Guard was collected every 14 people saved to Coast Guard Air Station in Elizabeth City
This incident
Another incident
Disappeared, yesterday evening, a Russian ship carrying 700 tons of Gold in the Sea "Okhotst" near the island "Viclestov".

He said coast guard official, said: "The ship was heading from the city of" Nissan "Russian, to the island of" Viclestov "in the Sea of" Okhotst "southeast Russia."

He added: "and sent a distress call, before he cut off communication with the control center."
According to the official, the company "Polamtal" for metals, hired the ship to transport gold metal to the island in preparation for the drafting.

The ship carrying 9 employees, did not know their fate yet, did not give any information on the financial value of the payload.

There incident
Where At least 14 people were killed, on Thursday, were among the 70 others on board a ship that sank in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Morocco,

Where efforts are still being made to recover and save what can be saved.

Said Communications Minister and government spokesman Moroccan, Mustafa back to the sinking of the ship came in late Thursday night off the coast of Morocco in the trip was intended Spanish shores.

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Sandy Sinks Tall Ship, 14 Rescued and Two
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Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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