A cargo ship sank in Indonesia
The cargo ship Tanimbar Bayari sank in Indonesia.
It happened during a storm in the Timor Sea. The ship with the cargo arrived in the Indonesian port of Saumlaki on January 5 from the port of Surabaya in the same country.
However, it could not dock due to weather conditions. We decided to wait out the bad weather in the local harbor. But there the ship was damaged and sank at a depth of 30 meters, Fleetmon writes.
The crew of 15 people had to jump into the water and swim to shore, all the sailors managed to escape.
The Tanimbar Bayari bonfire (47 meters long, 10 meters wide) goes under the flag of Indonesia.