The Russian vessel collided with the Turkish one in the Bosphorus Strait

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The Russian vessel collided with the Turkish one in the Bosphorus Strait
A Russian cargo ship collided with a Turkish vessel in the Bosphorus Strait. This is reported by TASS with reference to the Turkish coast Guard. As specified, no one was killed as a result of the incident.
The Russian and Turkish bulk carriers Rusich-10 and Tahsin Imamoglu collided in the Bosphorus Strait. "The damage was caused only directly to the vessels," the Turkish service reported. According to the ministry, the 90-meter Turkish cargo ship Tahsin Imamoğlu was going from the province of Kocaeli to the port of Karadeniz Eregli, located on the Black Sea coast. The Russian vessel Rusich 10 (128 m), as specified in the coastal police, was heading to Russia from the Gemlik district of Bursa province. Three boats and 14 towing vessels were sent to the collision site. The Independent Türkçe reports that there are no injuries, but the ships themselves are damaged. Coast Guard tugs were sent to the site. Other details of the incident are not given.
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