Two freight vessels collided in Bulgarian Black Sea Waters

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Two large freight vessels have collided late Thursday evening about 9 nautical miles from the Kaliakra Cape in the waters of Bulgarian Black Sea.
The news about the accident was reported today morning by the Bulgaria Transport Ministry.
According the information there weren't any injured seamen or crew members of both vessels. The ships haven't sustained serious damages causing any leaks. They are already at the port of the city of Varna. A 2nd inspection is going to be made later today.
One of the vessels was sailing under a Panama flag and has been en route to Constanta, Romania, while the other vessel was under a Comoro Islands flag and has been sailing to Samsun, Turkey.
The Bulgarian Transport Ministry has launched a probe in the accident.