Tanker Blaze Claims Life

Friday, June 16, 2000
Greek firefighters brought a blaze aboard a small Greek tanker under control and found the body of a missing crew member. The fire broke after an explosion ripped through the tanker Slops late on Thursday while it was docked at Salamis, west of Athens. The cause of the explosion is being investigated.
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