7 killed in Indonesia oil tanker fire
Dozens trapped on vessel after several explosions at North Sumatra's Belawan port.
Copy URLFirefighters extinguishing a fire on a tanker docked at North Sumatra's Belawan port. – AFP pic, May 12, 2020.RESCUERS have discovered the charred remains of at least seven people a day after a series of explosions aboard an Indonesian oil tanker, and police said today the toll could rise.
The dead were among dozens trapped on the 250m Jag Leela when it burst into flames after several explosions at North Sumatra’s Belawan port, one of the country’s busiest. Read more: TheMalaysianInsight »
Fire breaks out on oil tanker at Indonesian port, several missingJAKARTA, May 11 (Xinhua) -- A fire broke out on a crude oil tanker docked at Waruna Shipyard at the Port of Belawan in Indonesia 's province of North Sumatra Monday morning, and several workers have been reportedly rushed to hospitals after suffering burns in the accident.
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