В Рейне танкер с серной кислотой потерпел крушение

13 Января 2011, 15:57

Танкер, перевозивший 2,4 тысячи тонн серной кислоты, перевернулся в Рейне. Фото AFP

A ship loaded with 2400 tons of sulfuric acid has capsized on the Rhine river next to the Loreley statue near St. Goarshausen, western Germany, on January 13, 2011. Traffic on the river, a major European shipping artery, was suspended following the accident and two members of the crew were rescued but two others, one German one Czech, are missing according to a water police spokesman. The ship, the Waldhof, measures roughly 110 metres (360 feet) long and was completely turned over, with its keel above the waterline, but it was not immediately clear whether acid had leaked into the river AFP PHOTO / DANIEL ROLAND
A ship loaded with 2400 tons of sulfuric acid has capsized on the Rhine river near St. Goarshausen, western Germany, on January 13, 2011. Traffic on the river, a major European shipping artery, was suspended following the accident and two members of the crew were rescued but two others, one German one Czech, are missing according to a water police spokesman. The ship, the Waldhof, measures roughly 110 metres (360 feet) long and was completely turned over, with its keel above the waterline, but it was not immediately clear whether acid had leaked into the river AFP PHOTO / DANIEL ROLAND
A firefighter looks at a ship loaded with 2400 tons of sulfuric acid that has capsized on the Rhine river near St. Goarshausen, western Germany January 13, 2011. Traffic on the river, a major European shipping artery, was suspended following the accident and two members of the crew were rescued but two others, one German one Czech, are missing according to a water police spokesman. The ship, the Waldhof, measures roughly 110 metres (360 feet) long and was completely turned over, with its keel above the waterline, but it was not immediately clear whether acid had leaked into the river AFP PHOTO / THOMAS FREY GERMANY OUT
Rescue boats are seen around a ship (L) loaded with 2400 tons of sulfuric acid that has capsized on the Rhine river near St. Goarshausen, western Germany January 13, 2011. Traffic on the river, a major European shipping artery, was suspended following the accident and two members of the crew were rescued but two others, one German one Czech, are missing according to a water police spokesman. The ship, the Waldhof, measures roughly 110 metres (360 feet) long and was completely turned over, with its keel above the waterline, but it was not immediately clear whether acid had leaked into the river AFP PHOTO / THOMAS FREY GERMANY OUT
A ship loaded with 2400 tons of sulfuric acid has capsized on the Rhine river near St. Goarshausen, western Germany January 13, 2011. Traffic on the river, a major European shipping artery, was suspended following the accident and two members of the crew were rescued but two others, one German one Czech, are missing according to a water police spokesman. The ship, the Waldhof, measures roughly 110 metres (360 feet) long and was completely turned over, with its keel above the waterline, but it was not immediately clear whether acid had leaked into the river AFP PHOTO / THOMAS FREY GERMANY OUT
A ship loaded with 2400 tons of sulfuric acid has capsized on the Rhine river near St. Goarshausen, western Germany, on January 13, 2011. Traffic on the river, a major European shipping artery, was suspended following the accident and two members of the crew were rescued but two others, one German one Czech, are missing according to a water police spokesman. The ship, the Waldhof, measures roughly 110 metres (360 feet) long and was completely turned over, with its keel above the waterline, but it was not immediately clear whether acid had leaked into the river AFP PHOTO / DANIEL ROLAND
A ship loaded with 2400 tons of sulfuric acid has capsized on the Rhine river next to the Lorelei statue (C) near St. Goarshausen, western Germany, on January 13, 2011. Traffic on the river, a major European shipping artery, was suspended following the accident and two members of the crew were rescued but two others, one German one Czech, are missing according to a water police spokesman. The ship, the Waldhof, measures roughly 110 metres (360 feet) long and was completely turned over, with its keel above the waterline, but it was not immediately clear whether acid had leaked into the river AFP PHOTO / DANIEL ROLAND

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