Indian Navy & Coast Guard Save 14 Sailors From Vessel Off Daman

The Logical Indian

June 25th, 2015

The Indian Navy and Coast Guard rescued 14 crew members of a sinking vessel off the Daman coast on Wednesday, responding to an SOS from the distressed ship.

MV Coastal Pride, a cement carrier, sank 24 nautical miles south of Daman (75 NM north of Mumbai) in the morning, defence ministry spokesperson Sitanshu Kar said on Twitter. “All crew safely evacuated to Umar Gaon,” he posted.

Read more at Hindustan Times

 

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