Suez Canal Authority reports death during the refloating of Ever Given

The refloating of Ever Given during the week-long blockage of the Suez Canal resulted in the death of one of the participants in the salvage work, informs the canal authority two months after the grounding. The canal authority aims criticism at Japanese shipowner.

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The refloating of Ever Given in the Suez Canal resulted in the death of one of the participants involved in the salvage operation, states a press release from the Suez Canal Authority, SCA.

The death has not previously been announced, but is now brought to light by the authority of the Suez Canal, which was blocked by megaship Ever Given for nearly a week in March.

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