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TURKISH SHIP DOGU HASLAMAN SINKING 2 DEAD
TURKISH SHIP DOGU HASLAMAN SINKING 2 DEAD


Turkish Flag 'DOGU HASLAMAN' reported sinking at Aegean Sea 25 miles off Turkish mainland Cesme. Tuesday, 27.Dec.2011, 14:47 (GMT)

Turkish Flag 'DOGU HASLAMAN' reported sinking at Aegean Sea 25 miles off Turkish mainland Cesme.

71 metres ship was on the way from Istanbul to Ashdod, Israel. 11 crew saved by one of the nearby ships, PIRIREIS and later transferred to Turkish Coast Guard boat.

2 of the crew, Chief Officer and Cook of DOGU HASLAMAN reported dead due to heart attack, the two airlifted to hospital from PIRIREIS.




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