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Grimaldi's Grande America Sinks Off France (9)

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Hand out file photo dated October 17, 2018 of VN Sapeur rescue vessel. The fire stricken Italian ship, MV Grande America, owned by the Grimaldi Group, has sunk in the Bay of Biscay in water depth of 4,600 meters off the coast of France. According to France's Marine Nationale, the ship, a container-roro carrier, sank on Tuesday March 12, 2019, at 1526 local time about 180 nautical miles off the French coast. Fire broke out on the Grande America on Sunday night as the ship was underway in the Bay of Biscay during a voyage from Hamburg, Germany to Casablanca, Morocco. The fire was primarily located in cargo containers in the forward portion of the ship. Several containers fell off the ship into the water while it was burning before it eventually sank on Tuesday afternoon.? All 27 crew members abandoned ship in a lifeboat and later rescued by British frigate HMS Argyll and were taken ashore to the French port of Brest. Photo by Marine nationale via ABACAPRESS.COM

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Hand out Photo - The fire stricken Italian ship, MV Grande America, owned by the Grimaldi Group, has sunk in the Bay of Biscay in water depth of 4,600 meters off the coast of France. According to France's Marine Nationale, the ship, a container-roro carrier, sank on Tuesday March 12, 2019, at 1526 local time about 180 nautical miles off the French coast. Fire broke out on the Grande America on Sunday night as the ship was underway in the Bay of Biscay during a voyage from Hamburg, Germany to Casablanca, Morocco. The fire was primarily located in cargo containers in the forward portion of the ship. Several containers fell off the ship into the water while it was burning before it eventually sank on Tuesday afternoon.? All 27 crew members abandoned ship in a lifeboat and later rescued by British frigate HMS Argyll and were taken ashore to the French port of Brest. Photo by Marine nationale via ABACAPRESS.COM

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Hand out photo dated March 13, 2019 of Maritime Prefect Jean-Louis Lozier speaking to journalists. The fire stricken Italian ship, MV Grande America, owned by the Grimaldi Group, has sunk in the Bay of Biscay in water depth of 4,600 meters off the coast of France. According to France's Marine Nationale, the ship, a container-roro carrier, sank on Tuesday March 12, 2019, at 1526 local time about 180 nautical miles off the French coast. Fire broke out on the Grande America on Sunday night as the ship was underway in the Bay of Biscay during a voyage from Hamburg, Germany to Casablanca, Morocco. The fire was primarily located in cargo containers in the forward portion of the ship. Several containers fell off the ship into the water while it was burning before it eventually sank on Tuesday afternoon.? All 27 crew members abandoned ship in a lifeboat and later rescued by British frigate HMS Argyll and were taken ashore to the French port of Brest. Photo by Marine Nationale via ABACAPRESS.COM

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Hand out Photo - The fire stricken Italian ship, MV Grande America, owned by the Grimaldi Group, has sunk in the Bay of Biscay in water depth of 4,600 meters off the coast of France. According to France's Marine Nationale, the ship, a container-roro carrier, sank on Tuesday March 12, 2019, at 1526 local time about 180 nautical miles off the French coast. Fire broke out on the Grande America on Sunday night as the ship was underway in the Bay of Biscay during a voyage from Hamburg, Germany to Casablanca, Morocco. The fire was primarily located in cargo containers in the forward portion of the ship. Several containers fell off the ship into the water while it was burning before it eventually sank on Tuesday afternoon.? All 27 crew members abandoned ship in a lifeboat and later rescued by British frigate HMS Argyll and were taken ashore to the French port of Brest. Photo by Marine nationale via ABACAPRESS.COM

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Hand out Photo - The fire stricken Italian ship, MV Grande America, owned by the Grimaldi Group, has sunk in the Bay of Biscay in water depth of 4,600 meters off the coast of France. According to France's Marine Nationale, the ship, a container-roro carrier, sank on Tuesday March 12, 2019, at 1526 local time about 180 nautical miles off the French coast. Fire broke out on the Grande America on Sunday night as the ship was underway in the Bay of Biscay during a voyage from Hamburg, Germany to Casablanca, Morocco. The fire was primarily located in cargo containers in the forward portion of the ship. Several containers fell off the ship into the water while it was burning before it eventually sank on Tuesday afternoon.? All 27 crew members abandoned ship in a lifeboat and later rescued by British frigate HMS Argyll and were taken ashore to the French port of Brest. Photo by Marine nationale via ABACAPRESS.COM

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Hand out Photo - The fire stricken Italian ship, MV Grande America, owned by the Grimaldi Group, has sunk in the Bay of Biscay in water depth of 4,600 meters off the coast of France. According to France's Marine Nationale, the ship, a container-roro carrier, sank on Tuesday March 12, 2019, at 1526 local time about 180 nautical miles off the French coast. Fire broke out on the Grande America on Sunday night as the ship was underway in the Bay of Biscay during a voyage from Hamburg, Germany to Casablanca, Morocco. The fire was primarily located in cargo containers in the forward portion of the ship. Several containers fell off the ship into the water while it was burning before it eventually sank on Tuesday afternoon.? All 27 crew members abandoned ship in a lifeboat and later rescued by British frigate HMS Argyll and were taken ashore to the French port of Brest. Photo by Marine nationale via ABACAPRESS.COM

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Hand out Photo - The fire stricken Italian ship, MV Grande America, owned by the Grimaldi Group, has sunk in the Bay of Biscay in water depth of 4,600 meters off the coast of France. According to France's Marine Nationale, the ship, a container-roro carrier, sank on Tuesday March 12, 2019, at 1526 local time about 180 nautical miles off the French coast. Fire broke out on the Grande America on Sunday night as the ship was underway in the Bay of Biscay during a voyage from Hamburg, Germany to Casablanca, Morocco. The fire was primarily located in cargo containers in the forward portion of the ship. Several containers fell off the ship into the water while it was burning before it eventually sank on Tuesday afternoon.? All 27 crew members abandoned ship in a lifeboat and later rescued by British frigate HMS Argyll and were taken ashore to the French port of Brest. Photo by Marine nationale via ABACAPRESS.COM

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Hand out Photo - The fire stricken Italian ship, MV Grande America, owned by the Grimaldi Group, has sunk in the Bay of Biscay in water depth of 4,600 meters off the coast of France. According to France's Marine Nationale, the ship, a container-roro carrier, sank on Tuesday March 12, 2019, at 1526 local time about 180 nautical miles off the French coast. Fire broke out on the Grande America on Sunday night as the ship was underway in the Bay of Biscay during a voyage from Hamburg, Germany to Casablanca, Morocco. The fire was primarily located in cargo containers in the forward portion of the ship. Several containers fell off the ship into the water while it was burning before it eventually sank on Tuesday afternoon.? All 27 crew members abandoned ship in a lifeboat and later rescued by British frigate HMS Argyll and were taken ashore to the French port of Brest. Photo by Marine nationale via ABACAPRESS.COM

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Hand out Photo - The fire stricken Italian ship, MV Grande America, owned by the Grimaldi Group, has sunk in the Bay of Biscay in water depth of 4,600 meters off the coast of France. According to France's Marine Nationale, the ship, a container-roro carrier, sank on Tuesday March 12, 2019, at 1526 local time about 180 nautical miles off the French coast. Fire broke out on the Grande America on Sunday night as the ship was underway in the Bay of Biscay during a voyage from Hamburg, Germany to Casablanca, Morocco. The fire was primarily located in cargo containers in the forward portion of the ship. Several containers fell off the ship into the water while it was burning before it eventually sank on Tuesday afternoon.? All 27 crew members abandoned ship in a lifeboat and later rescued by British frigate HMS Argyll and were taken ashore to the French port of Brest. Photo by Marine nationale via ABACAPRESS.COM