Philippine cargo ship stranded in Dutch waters

By REUTERS
January 20, 2012 09:05

 
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AMSTERDAM - The Philippine cargo ship Aztec Maiden had an accident off the Dutch coast on Friday, and is now stranded and at risk of leaking fuel, local media reported citing emergency services.

The Aztec Maiden, carrying 21 crew and no cargo, is 200 meters from the Dutch beach of Wijk aan Zee, which is near the Dutch port of Ljmuiden, northwest of Amsterdam, Dutch news agency ANP reported.

The reports did not give details about what had caused the accident.

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