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Master and Crew Feel Unsafe After Death On Board

Both the captain and the crew of a bulk carrier are refusing to sail after the death of a crew member on board. The man was hit in the head by a pulley and died a short time later. The accident occurred while the Kanaris was 260 miles off the coast of Papua New Guinea. The ship is now docked in

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Both the captain and the crew of a bulk carrier are refusing to sail after the death of a crew member on board. The man was hit in the head by a pulley and died a short time later. The accident occurred while the Kanaris was 260 miles off the coast of Papua New Guinea. The ship is now docked in

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