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Denmark in talks with Sweden over Baltic Sea vessel collision probe, says prosecutor

Investigation into crash in the Baltic Sea could be moved from Sweden to Denmark, according to prosecutor

Denmark Sweden

Wakashio master and first officer plead guilty

Master and chief officer of bulk carrier Wakashio, which spilled about 1,000 tonnes of oil off Mauritius last July, both pleaded guilty to endangering safe navigation. They face two years in prison plus a fine. The master’s lawyer submitted he had effectively served the sentence already

Mauritius Casualty

Karin Høj salvage starts as British collision suspect remanded in custody

Salvors are preparing to search and salvage the wreck of the hopper barge Karin Høj, capsized in the December 13 collision in the Baltic Sea. The second officer of the Scot Carrier, the other ship involved, has been remanded in custody to December 30 while the investigation continues

Denmark Sweden

Cargoship did not report Baltic collision

The Scot Carrier continued its course for about 25 minutes after colliding with the Danish barge Karin Høj, but later responded to a call from Swedish rescuers

Europe Sweden

Two detained over fatal collision in Baltic Sea

A body was recovered from the barge Karin Høj and the sea search for another missing crew member has been called off

Sweden Dry Bulk

Four X-Press Pearl crew allowed home

Operator X-Press Feeders says it continues to work with the Sri Lankan authorities to get travel bans lifted for the remaining four crew members, who are staying at a hotel in Colombo. Meanwhile, wreck salvage is about to start

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