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   Undertoad  Monday Sep 23 03:23 PM

9/23/2002: The Jolly Rubino leaks



This week's MSNBC collection had this just awesome shot of:

A South African chopper hovers over the Italian-flagged ferry, Jolly Rubino, as it is seen Sept. 14 stranded onshore, as oil is leaking from a crack in its left side into the waters of the Indian ocean, some 155 miles north of Durban, at Saint Lucia. The 190 meter-long ship, which has some 1,100 tons of fuel, 225 tons of gas fuel and hazardous chemicals on board, started leaking its cargo, putting the untouched World Heritage area under serious pollution threat.



goethean  Monday Sep 23 04:35 PM

that woud be awesome in the sense of "awe-inspiring", not in the sense of "1337!"



Zoldar  Monday Sep 23 06:29 PM

Yep, I agree, I'd say lamentable..



CharlieG  Tuesday Sep 24 08:27 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by Zoldar
Yep, I agree, I'd say lamentable..
The WRECK is lamentable, the shot is awesome

Charlie


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