RoRo Ship, Ferry Collide

Tuesday, December 27, 2011
According to a report on http://www.todayszaman.com, a ferry running between İstanbul's Yenikapı port and Güzelyalı, Bursa, collided with a RoRo ship in the Sea of Marmara on Monday, narrowly avoiding capsizing.
The ferry was said to be carrying 830 passengers and 150 vehicles when collided with the RoRo ship off Sivriada early on Monday, December 26. There were no casualties reported.
The ferry returned to Yenikapı after the crash, where the passengers were evacuated from the ferry. There was massive damage on the ship's bow.  
(Source: http://www.todayszaman.com)
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