MURMANSK (Sputnik) – A Dutch-flagged cargo ship named “Eemslift Hendrika” which has been adrift in the North Sea for a number of days with out the crew was taken in tow and is anticipated to reach in the Alesund municipality in western Norway on Thursday, the NRK broadcaster reported.
According to the media outlet, the rescue providers needed to act promptly on Wednesday night to forestall a spill of oil merchandise if the vessel was thrown on land. Nonetheless, the state of affairs was taken underneath management.
The ship, carrying some 350 tonnes of oil and 50 tonnes of diesel, transmitted a misery name on Monday.
The crew was quickly evacuated by helicopter, however the vessel continued to float with a excessive danger of capsizing and inflicting an oil spill. The emergency response groups had been unable to conduct a rescue operation for a number of days resulting from unfavourable climate circumstances.