MSC lost 270 containers in North Sea storm

On Wednesday, container ship MSC Zoe lost upwards of 270 containers in a storm en route to Bremerhaven in Germany. MSC has now hired help for the cleanup.

Photo: AFP/Havariekommando

Container ship MSC Zoe lost upwards of 270 containers in the North Sea on Wednesday, and the company has now begun a process to clean up the "substantial spill," says the company in a press release.

According to the Dutch coastguard, several containers of flat screen televisions have washed up on Dutch islands in the North Sea, reports Reuters.

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