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Rescuers have found a raft with seamen from the tow which has sunk in the Kerch Strait - RIA Novosti, 9/8/2018


The coast guard of Russian Federal Border Service across the Republic of Crimea. Archival photo
SIMFEROPOL, 8 Sep — RIA Novosti. The rescue boat "Mercury" has found in the Kerch Strait near coast of the Crimea a raft with seven seamen — crew of the Squall tow, the assistant administrator of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Crimea Vladimir Ivanov.© Sputnik / Denis Aslanov has reported to RIA Novosti to Pass into an image bank during a storm in Georgia the tourist from Russia has carried away in the sea "All seven seamen who have left the tow, are on a raft. However because of strong nervousness (four-five points a storm) it isn't possible to remove them from a raft so far" — Ivanov has told. Earlier in the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Crimea have reported that the small Squall tow has requested the help in the water area of the Black Sea, the crew has left the vessel and drifts on a raft towards the Crimea.

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