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Greece: Panama-Flagged Freighter Takes on Water; Crew Rescued

ATHENS – The crew of the Panama-flagged freighter QUATERDESIES was rescued by a navy helicopter after it started taking on water for as yet unknown reasons while sailing 90 nautical miles off Pylos early on Thursday.

The freighter was loaded with cement and had set sail from Turkey bound for Italy.

The seven members of the crew, all Bulgarian nationals, are in good health.

Three vessels sailing nearby are at the site of the accident while northwesterly winds up to 5 on the Beaufort scale are blowing in the area.

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