Luxury Car Carrier Sinking in Channel

Monday, December 16, 2002
Rescuers on Sunday were thwarted by fog, as efforts continued to salvage the Norwegian-registered Tricolor, a ship carrying 2,900 luxury cars - reportedly BMW's, Volvos and Saabs - which was on its side and sinking in the English Channel following a collision with a Bahamas-registered containership dubbed Kariba.
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