2 fishing boats sank while operating at sea due to large waves

(binhthuan.gov.vn) The Standing Office of the Provincial Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention, Search and Rescue has just received information about large waves sinking two fishing boats while operating at sea. All 6 workers on the stricken fishing boat were rescued safely.

Accordingly, at 9:30 a.m. on December 3, the fishing vessel BTh 85627 TS was sunk by waves while exploiting seafood in an area about 18 nautical miles southeast of Phan Thiet seaport (coordinates 10037''N - 108009''E). The ship has a capacity of 24 CV, including 6 workers, captained by Mr. Tran Ngoc Cua (born in 1981, Q6, Binh Hung ward, Phan Thiet city). 6 workers were rescued safely by a fishing boat operating nearby, and the workers are in stable health. The captain of the boat BTh 85627 TS and his family are renting a vehicle to salvage the sunken fishing boat and tow it ashore for repair.

At the same time, the fishing boat BTh 99918 TS, anchored at Ke Ga beach, Tan Thanh commune, Ham Thuan Nam district (with no crew on board), was leaking leading to sink. The boat has a capacity of 250 CV, owned by Mr. Tran Van Sang (born in 1988, Tien Thanh commune, Phan Thiet city). Immediately after the incident, officers and soldiers of Tan Thanh Border Guard station and local fishermen promptly helped salvage the sunken fishing boat. At 3:30 p.m. the same day, the fishing boat BTh 99918 TS was salvaged and pulled ashore.

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