Report highlights risks for container ships in Wadden Sea

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Report highlights risks for container ships in Wadden Sea

Contents from shipping containers washed up on a beach in Ameland, Netherlands, Thursday Jan. 3, 2019. Authorities in Germany and the Netherlands are searching for up to 270 shipping containers lost at sea by a cargo ship caught in a storm, saying some are carrying hazardous materials. The Dutch Safety Board watchdog said Thursday June 25, 2020, that large container ships should avoid sailing through a sensitive, shallow sea off the coast of the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark in heavy northwesterly storms to reduce the risk of losing their cargo. (Lars Brouwer via AP)
People help with the clean up of the contents from cargo containers on a beach in Schiermonnikoog, Netherlands, January 2019. The Dutch Safety Board watchdog said Thursday June 25, 2020, that large container ships should avoid sailing through a sensitive, shallow sea off the coast of the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark in heavy northwesterly storms to reduce the risk of losing their cargo. ( (@huubveeneman via AP)
People help with the clean up of the contents from cargo containers on a beach in Schiermonnikoog, Netherlands, January 2019, after 270 shipping containers were lost at sea by a cargo ship caught in a storm. The Dutch Safety Board watchdog said Thursday June 25, 2020, that large container ships should avoid sailing through a sensitive, shallow sea off the coast of the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark in heavy northwesterly storms to reduce the risk of losing their cargo. (@huubveeneman via AP)

Report highlights risks for container ships in Wadden Sea

Contents from shipping containers washed up on a beach in Ameland, Netherlands, Thursday Jan. 3, 2019. Authorities in Germany and the Netherlands are searching for up to 270 shipping containers lost at sea by a cargo ship caught in a storm, saying some are carrying hazardous materials. The Dutch Safety Board watchdog said Thursday June 25, 2020, that large container ships should avoid sailing through a sensitive, shallow sea off the coast of the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark in heavy northwesterly storms to reduce the risk of losing their cargo. (Lars Brouwer via AP)
People help with the clean up of the contents from cargo containers on a beach in Schiermonnikoog, Netherlands, January 2019. The Dutch Safety Board watchdog said Thursday June 25, 2020, that large container ships should avoid sailing through a sensitive, shallow sea off the coast of the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark in heavy northwesterly storms to reduce the risk of losing their cargo. ( (@huubveeneman via AP)
People help with the clean up of the contents from cargo containers on a beach in Schiermonnikoog, Netherlands, January 2019, after 270 shipping containers were lost at sea by a cargo ship caught in a storm. The Dutch Safety Board watchdog said Thursday June 25, 2020, that large container ships should avoid sailing through a sensitive, shallow sea off the coast of the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark in heavy northwesterly storms to reduce the risk of losing their cargo. (@huubveeneman via AP)
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