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   Vietnam troops clean oil stained beaches : officials

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dimanche 9 mars 2008
statut de l'article : public
citations de l'article provenant de : France24

Thousands of Vietnamese troops Sunday helped clean oil off southern beaches as rescue workers sought to contain a spill from a capsized tanker ...


Quang said the troops had helped clean oil from the Bai Sau beach of Vung Tau, a popular South China Sea resort southeast of Ho Chi Minh City, and a base for Vietnam’s offshore oil industry.

The colonel said that one more body had been found floating at sea — taking the total discovered to five — and told AFP that as of early Sunday "nine bodies remain inside the shipwreck."

The Vietnamese government’s oil spill response agency meanwhile reported that large quantities of oil had stopped leaking from the tanker, which rescue ships last week encircled with a floating oil barrier.

"Oil stopped leaking out this morning," said Nguyen Quang Hung, who heads the agency’s operations at the site.


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