Torm flies injured seafarers to Denmark

The three seafarers who fell 20 meters during an exercise aboard a Torm vessel last week have now been flown from a hospital in Guinea to Denmark. Torm informs that all three are in recovery.

Archive photo. The picture is not of Torm Maren. | Photo: PR / Torm

The three Danish crew members, who were injured in a serious accident aboard a Torm vessel last week, have now been flown to Denmark.

The tanker shipping company tells ShippingWatch that the crew members have been transported from a hospital in Guinea to Denmark, where they will be examined for their injuries. According to Torm, all three are recovering.

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