The Danish Navy has located the last two of the five containers that fell off the 'Delphius Gdansk' in the collision with the freighter 'BBC Neptune north of Romsø in the Great Belt. The containers were resting near the collision site in a depth of 35 meters and did not pose not a danger to shipping. Three lost containers were recovered after the collision, while two sank. Two more containers ended on the edge of the cargo deck of the 'BBC Neptune' and were severely destroyed. One of them was on fire, but the ship's crew quickly turned it off. The other, a reefer container. was demolished and thousands of avocados and bananas fell into the water and began to drift ashore on the South and Southeast coast of Samsø on June 26.