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Staff from Ashdod rescued Turkish ship from the sea

After Turkey gave Israel humanitarian aid during the huge fire in Caramel , again find themselves Israelis and Turks meet in the wake of humanitarian aid. The team catapulted into the sea tugboat assistance, and led the ship to safety. "We wanted to convey a message to the Turkish people that we are willing to risk our lives to save them," said the captain of the ship assistance, Zvika Kfir.

Staff from Ashdod rescued Turkish ship from the sea
12 December 2010 - 22:28

Staff from Ashdod rescued from the sea Turkish ship

Distress signals were received at the ship's staff Turkish stormy weather stranded without fuel.

Port personnel rescued the Turkish team safely.

After Turkey gave Israel humanitarian aid during the huge fire in Caramel , again find themselves Israelis and Turks meet in the wake of humanitarian aid.

Turkish cargo ship docked at the port of Ashdod, today. Turkish cargo ship docked at the port of Ashdod, today.

The team catapulted into the sea tugboat assistance, and led the ship to safety. "We wanted to convey a message to the Turkish people that we are willing to risk our lives to save them," said the captain of the ship assistance, Zvika Kfir.

Turkish cargo ship docked at the port of Ashdod, today. The event began Achshauniia Turkish as "Apidne" aired a distress signal, probably due to lack of fuel, and asked to enter the port of Ashdod.

Prevailed during those hours at the difficult weather conditions, including high winds at more than 110 mph, while the waves reached up to about ten meters. 

 Once received the request, passed an emergency procedure at the port of Ashdod.

 Power extraction out to sea, and dragged the boat toward the harbor, there were professionals handle it. 11 crew members were on board the Turkish stay in one piece.

'Waves at the entrance to the port reached a height of over ten meters'

Mustafa, captain of the Turkish ship, said that he intends to sail to Turkey when the storm calm down, and that he hopes that the weather will do so tomorrow. Meanwhile, border police took the passports of the Turkish team, so they can get the approval of the Department of Immigration Population and get off the boat.

Port of Ashdod expressed satisfaction with the rescue operation. " We have received signals Turkish ship in distress who had a fuel shortage, "Zvika Kfir captain.

Kfir added: "We received a courageous decision to put the ship to port, the system risk, because the sea waves at the entrance to the port reached a height of over ten feet. The Department of the sea came into the boat, had it plugged it causes that led her to the platform."

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