Korean vessel runs aground at Subic Bay

By: - Correspondent / @amacatunoINQ
/ 06:18 PM December 24, 2014

SUBIC, Zambales, Philippines—A Manila-bound South Korean vessel carrying nine Filipino crew members ran aground at Subic Bay near this town at dawn on Wednesday.

P01 George Cosme, commander of the Philippine Coast Guard’s Subic sub-station, said the captain of MV Sea Lord had problems maneuvering the vessel through rough seas. The ship ran aground at about 4 a.m.


The vessel’s passengers were rescued and were all safe, the Coast Guard said.


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