Singapore Informs that Indonesian Ship Sank After Ferry Collision

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Vessel registered in Indonesia had troubles and sank in Singapore waters after a collision with a ferry. Rescue teams are working on finding 1 missing crew member - information from the Maritime and Port Authority.
Budi Jasa 18 and Sea Hawk(ferry with 200 people on board) collided in the West Keppel Fairway. Ships have been warned to stay away from the place of the accident. Port operations are not interrupted.
There are 8 passengers injured on board the Sea Hawk sailing to Singapore's Bukom island. From Budi Jasa 18 1 crew member is missing.
Singapore, a city-state at the southern end of the Malacca Strait, is home to the world’s second-busiest container port.