Hapag-Lloyd has evacuated crew after fire

The crew on a Hapag-Lloyd ship that caught on fire last week has been evacuated over the weekend, as the fire has yet to be put out.

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Hapag-Lloyd decided yesterday, Sunday, to evacuate the crew of Yantian Express on which a container broke into flames, after which the fire spread to several containers on Friday last week, says the shipping line in a press release.

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