Gibraltar: Boiler Explosion

Bryant Maritime Consulting
Monday, June 18, 2012

The Gibraltar Ministry of Tourism, Public Transport and the Port issued a press release stating that an auxiliary steam boiler on a ship anchored off the South Mole exploded.  While clouds of black smoke were seen coming from the funnel, there was no fire, no pollution, and no casualties. 
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