Italian Ships Mobilized to Contain Oil

Tuesday, December 06, 2005
Italy’s Environment Ministry's fleet has been mobilized to recover the fuel and combustible oil of a cement ship that sunk outside La Spezia harbor, AGI reports. Three boats are on the scene, with other large units en route, hoping to vacuum and store the fuel. The first big unit to arrive will be the Tito. Also en route are the Mascalzone Atlantico from Porto Torres, the Tagis from Savona, the San Giacomo from Genoa and the Bonassola from Civitavecchia. Source: AGI
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