Storm interferes with MSC Zoe cleanup

A storm has disturbed the cleanup of Dutch beaches on which 21 containers and debris have washed up the past week after container ship MSC Zoe lost large parts of its cargo on Jan. 2. See more pictures of the cleanup, in which civilians and the military participate, here.

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/AP/Remko de Waal

A storm has disturbed the cleanup after container ship MSC Zoe, which lost roughly 270 containers in the North Sea shortly after New Year's.

Shipping liner MSC informs that the poor weather will continue to delay work with cleaning up containers and other wreckage on the Dutch beaches for the rest of the week.

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