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March 1, 1987 | From Reuters
A French minesweeper was severely damaged after colliding in misty conditions Saturday with a Liberian cargo vessel off the coast between Belgium and the Netherlands, the Dutch lifeboat service said. One crewman on the minesweeper Capella was hurt and airlifted to Belgium, a spokesman at a nautical radio service in Flushing said.
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January 25, 1988 | From Reuters
Dutch and Belgian tankers collided near the Dutch North Sea coast on Sunday, causing a spill of about 100 tons of heating oil, the Dutch Transport Ministry reported. The Belgian tanker Rapide Vier, apparently unable to steer due to a malfunction, collided with the Dutch tanker Vlaardingen, causing a leak in the heating oil compartments of the Dutch vessel, the ministry said. It said it had sent a vessel to try to clean up the spill at Oosterschelde, near the Dutch-Belgian border.
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January 25, 1988 | From Reuters
Dutch and Belgian tankers collided near the Dutch North Sea coast on Sunday, causing a spill of about 100 tons of heating oil, the Dutch Transport Ministry reported. The Belgian tanker Rapide Vier, apparently unable to steer due to a malfunction, collided with the Dutch tanker Vlaardingen, causing a leak in the heating oil compartments of the Dutch vessel, the ministry said. It said it had sent a vessel to try to clean up the spill at Oosterschelde, near the Dutch-Belgian border.
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March 1, 1987 | From Reuters
A French minesweeper was severely damaged after colliding in misty conditions Saturday with a Liberian cargo vessel off the coast between Belgium and the Netherlands, the Dutch lifeboat service said. One crewman on the minesweeper Capella was hurt and airlifted to Belgium, a spokesman at a nautical radio service in Flushing said.
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