Japanese shipping company MOL now accuses the seafarers on board dry bulk vessel MV Wakashio of exhibiting "unsafe behavior" in connection with the ship's grounding off the coast of Mauritius, which resulted in a significant oil spill and environmental disaster for the small island nation.
MOL, which had chartered the vessel MV Wakashio, writes in a report that the seafarers on board the vessel tried to reach an area "within the communication range of mobile phones" ahead of the accident.
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