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No trace of missing seafarers from Thorco Cloud

Rescue vessels are still searching for the six missing crew members from the Thorco Cloud, which sank about a week ago in the Singapore Strait.

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Approximately one week after the Thorco Cloud sank in the Singapore Strait, following a collision with the tanker Stolt Commitment, there is still no trace of the six missing crew members, informs Thorco Shipping in a press release, just as the search and rescue professionals have released an update after the collision.

Six Filipino crew members are feared deceased, while the other six seafarers on board were picked up by rescue vessels and Stolt Commitment.

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