Previously unreleased recordings show hours up to Maersk ships sinking

A video documents the crucial hours leading to two Maersk Supply Service ships sinking in late December 2016. Danish media Radio24Syv and ShippingWatch have come into possession of the recordings, which can be viewed here.

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A video shows how two Maersk ships collided with each other for 36 hours and had incurred major damage long before they finally sank in a accident in December 2016.

The video has been used for investigative purposes but has not previously been available to the public.

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