Tanker Explodes in Northern Philippines

Monday, May 15, 2006
An oil tanker in the Philippines burst into flames on May 11 while it was docked in Bataan province, about 75 miles west of Manila, wounding or killing at least two people. Initial reports reaching the Coast Guard indicated that the oil tanker Daniela Natividad was docked at Lamao Anchorage in Bataan when the fire started. The sea craft is owned by the Shogun Shipping Corp., Coast Guard officials said. Tugboats in the area were mobilized to extinguish the blaze, even as the Coast Guard deployed vessels to help and to investigate the cause of the fire. (Source: Xinhua)

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