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Gas accident in Turkish owned ship at Malacca Strait: 1 dead 3 critical

1 seafarer who breathed ammonia gas died in the 1993 built LPG tank named HAMBURG DW, owned by TGM Marine Operations and Agency, other 3 seafarers are in critical condition. It is stated that the sailor who lost his life was Turkish.

Gas accident in Turkish owned ship at Malacca Strait: 1 dead 3 critical
07 April 2021 - 12:01 - Update: 07 April 2021 - 12:03
1 seafarer who breathed ammonia gas died in the 1993 built LPG tank named HAMBURG DW, owned by TGM Marine Operations and Agency, other 3 seafarers are in critical condition. It is stated that the sailor who lost his life was Turkish.

1 person died, 3 people are in severe condition!
 
It is stated that the Panama-flagged LPG tanker HAMBURG DW has requested emergency medical assistance due to the crew's inhalation of ammonia gas on the evening of April 6 in the Strait of Malacca, off the Port of Klang in Malaysia. It was reported that 1 Turkish seafarer died after the accident, while 3 seafarers, 2 Turkish and 1 Indian national, were hospitalized at Klang Port and their condition was critical.

It was stated that the tanker returned to Klang Port due to the accident while sailing from Oman Duqm to China Zhanjiang and anchored at Klang port on April 6 at 16:00.

Three gas-breathing crews, 2 of whom were Turkish and 1 Indian, were hospitalized in Klang, and 3 of them were reported to be in critical condition.
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