Environmentalists Warn of Pollution From Burning Oil Tanker in East China Sea
Environmentalists have raised concerns over pollution and potential damage to fish stocks in the East China Sea as a large tanker continues to leak oil four days after colliding with a cargo ship.
The oil tanker Sanchi, en route from Iran to South Korea, was still ablaze after a collision on Saturday with CF Crystal, a cargo ship registered in Hong Kong, China’s Ministry of Transport said in a statement Wednesday.
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