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ONE may have lost more than 1,900 containers near Hawaii

A ONE ship may have lost more than 1,900 containers off the coast of Hawaii when it was sailing from China to Long Beach. 40 of the containers are presumed to contain dangerous cargo, says the company.

Photo: PR / Ocean Network Express

A violent storm hit a ship from Ocean Network Express, ONE, the night between Monday and Tuesday when it was sailing from China to the US and was located off the coast of Hawaii.

The storm made a number of containers rip loose, and the company estimates that more than 1,900 units have either been lost or damaged. Of these, 40 are presumed to contain dangerous cargo, according to a press release.

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