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Rhine ship runs aground near Bacharach – section closed

2023-12-06T13:59:22.771Z

Highlights: Rhine ship runs aground near Bacharach – section closed.. Status: 06.12.2023, 14:47 PMphthalmiacal.ly. The tanker was loaded with 3000,<> liters of diesel, but it did not leak. According to the information, no one was injured. The ship is to be towed free under the supervision of the Waterways and Shipping Authority. The police are investigating the cause of the accident. Recently, there was also a shipping accident in the Niehl port in Cologne.



Status: 06.12.2023, 14:47 PM

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On Wednesday (6 December), a ship ran aground on the Rhine near Bacharach. The section of the Rhine was closed to shipping.

Bacharach – A ship ran aground on Wednesday on the Rhine near Bacharach (Rhineland-Pfaltz near North Rhine-Westphalia). The tanker was loaded with 3000,<> liters of diesel, but it did not leak, said a spokesman for the water police in Mainz. According to the information, no one was injured.

Ship protruded with its stern into the fairway – Rhine closed to shipping from the morning

A ship ran aground on the Rhine near Bacharach in Rhineland-Palatinate (symbolic image). © Boris Roessler/dpa

Since the ship's stern protruded into the fairway, the Rhine was closed to shipping on this section from the morning. The ship is to be towed free under the supervision of the Waterways and Shipping Authority. The police are investigating the cause of the accident. Recently, there was also a shipping accident in the Niehl port in Cologne. (mo with dpa)Fair and independent information about what is happening in NRW – subscribe to our free 24RHEIN newsletter here.

Source: merkur

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