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Container vessel lost over 100 containers in the wake of fire

Container vessel Zim Kingston, which erupted into flames off the coast of Canada Saturday, has lost more than 100 containers. Two of them contain dangerous chemicals, according to the Canadian coast guard.

Photo: Canadian Coast Guard/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

More than 100 containers are missing from container ship Zim Kingston which caught fire off the coast of Canada.

This is the status thus far, writes the Canadian coast guard in a Facebook update concerning the clean-up efforts that are underway in the wake of the fire. Reportedly, the number of lost containers could potentially go further up.

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