There was an incident on the container ship MSC NADRIELY on August 30, 2023. According to reports, an officer on the ship went overboard. At the time, the container ship was in the Black Sea, off the coast of Turkey. Search and rescue efforts began immediately, both with the ship involved, as well as others providing assistance. The following day, the individual was spotted and rescued by the cargo ship MOONLIGHT. The identity of the officer has not been released, although there are reports he is from the Ukraine. His current condition is unknown.
The MSC NADRIELY is operated by MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company.
There have been a number of recent incidents involving vessels. There was a deadly boating accident on Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri on August 26, 2023. There was a collision between the crude oil tanker BURRI and the LNG tanker BW LESMES in the Suez Canal on August 22, 2023. Two recreational boats collided on Greers Ferry Lake in Arkansas on August 27, 2023. There was a deadly boating accident on High Rock Lake in North Carolina on August 24, 2023.
It can be dangerous to work in any industry when safety considerations are not taken seriously. Safe offshore vessel owners and operators must ensure that their ships do not put the lives of hard working men and women at risk. Safe companies must be proactive and take preventative measures, including regular maintenance and repairs, to also ensure that the environment is not impacted.
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