Iranian state TV is quoting an official as saying there’s “no hope” of survival for lacking sailors on burning oil tanker off China.
A report Sunday quoted Mahmoud Rastad, the chief of Iran’s maritime company, as saying: “There isn’t any hope of discovering survivors among the many (lacking) 29 members of the crew.”
The Sanchin, an Iranian oil tanker, has been on hearth since colliding with a freighter final week within the East China Sea.
The reason for the collision stays unclear. Three our bodies have been recovered from the ocean, leaving 29 crew members nonetheless unaccounted for. The crew was all Iranian anticipate for 2 Bangladeshis.
The Chinese language freighter CF Crystal, which collided with the Panamanian-registered tanker, had 21 crew members, all of whom have been reported protected.