A ferry collided with a cargo ship on a canal in the Philippine city of Cebu. A passenger filmed the collision (see video), in which two dozen people were slightly injured.
There were reports of problems with the rudder and engine of the fast ferry St. Jhudiel, which was en route from Leyte (an island in the Philippines, ed.) to the port of Cebu on the island of the same name. The accident happened around 2:45 p.m. local time on Sunday near the Mactan Canal. The ferry collided with the freighter LCT Poseidon. A tugboat towed the wrecked ship with 208 people on board to the port of Cebu, where all passengers and crew disembarked. Two dozen passengers were slightly injured in the collision, some of them were killed immediately rushed to a nearby hospital, the website The Maritime Executive reported.
Leave a Reply