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The Russian ship Sinegorye has sent a signal of distress from the Sea of Japan
The Russian ship Sinegorye has sent a signal of distress from the Sea of Japan. According to the Vladivostok rescue and coordination centre, the signal came at 13:40 pm local time (6:40 Moscow time). The ship, on its way from a Korean port, is now 80 miles off the Korean peninsula. The Russian ship Legacy, which is closest to the site, is heading for the site to help the ship in distress. Water is flowing into the Sinegorye, and it has listed eight degrees to starboard. In order to keep the ship afloat, the crew have dumped into the water part of its cargo, timber.
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