Cargo Ship Sinks in Huangpu River

Monday, December 04, 2006
A 15,000-ton cargo ship sank on Saturday while trying to berth in the Huangpu River near Nanpu Bridge in Shanghai. Attempts will be made to salvage the Yin Chu this week but it will be a complicated operation, according to maritime officials. source: CCTV

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