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Georgian motor vessel sank in the Sea of Azov2009-11-25 13:15
Two motor vessels collided in the Sea of Azov; one of the vessels sank.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to press service of the Ministry of Transport of RF, motor vessel Berill flying the Georgian flag and motor vessel Saint Victoria flying the flag of the Comoros were sailing from Russia to Turkey.
According to preliminary data, they collided at 7:57 Moscow time, Rosbalt reports.
The Georgian ship sank because of the collision, while Saint Victoria was insignificantly damaged. The Berill crew members (11 people) and pilot were saved by the sailors of Saint Victoria who took the victims aboard.
Berill was sailing from Rostov-on-Don to Turkey. Saint Victoria was heading towards the Turkish Samsun from Yejsk.