Two bodies recovered from burning oil tanker adrift off China coast
Chinese salvage teams manage to board the stricken Iranian vessel Sanchi before being driven back by temperatures of 89C
A Chinese salvage team has recovered two bodies from a stricken Iranian oil tanker that was still blazing a week after it caught fire and was left adrift following a collision in the East China Sea, the state news agency Xinhua reported. The four members of the salvage team wore respirators to board the Sanchi on Saturday, where they found the two bodies on the deck. They tried to get to the living quarters but were driven back by temperatures on the burning ship of about 89C (192F), Xinhua s...
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