Three sailors rescued after ship capsizes off of Sri Racha coast

PHOTOS: Thai Maritime Enforcement Command Center

Sri Racha –
Three sailors have been rescued after a ship capsized in Sri Racha yesterday morning.

The Royal Thai Navy First Area Command officers were notified of the incident at 7:12AM yesterday off the coast of Sri Racha.

The ship named ‘Golden Bridge 2’ capsized at 5:45AM after being hit by strong waves.

Oil was found coming out from the ship into the sea. A boat named ‘Chalakarn’ had helped three sailors from the ship.

The oil in the sea is being controlled and cleaned.

This happened the same morning as a Myanmar fisherman fell from his boat off the coast of Trat to the South during heavy waves and survived ten hours in the open sea alone until the Thai Navy found and rescued him.

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