Cargo Ships Collide Off Baltic Coast

Friday, September 29, 2000
Two cargo ships collided on Friday off Sweden's Baltic coast near the southern town of Karlskrona, a coastguard spokesman said. The larger ship was about 328 ft. (100 m) and the smaller one, about 164 ft. (50 m), was taking in water, the coastguard spokesman added. There were reportedly no injuries. No further details were immediately available and it was not clear what the ships were carrying.
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