ONE vessel caught fire off the US West Coast

A container ship from Japanese liner company ONE reports that a fire broke out in its engine room off the US West Coast on Saturday. All crew members are safe and there are no signs of an oil leak, writes the carrier in a statement.

Archive photo. The photo does not depict vessel NYK Delphinus, which caught fire Saturday. | Photo: PR / Ocean Network Express

Container ship NYK Delphinus from Japanese carrier ONE caught fire Saturday off the US West Coast, writes the carrier in a statement.

ONE adds that no crew members were injured during the fire.

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