Rescue of a German passenger ship, after stranding in Bremen port, with 170 passengers on board
- 2020-08-16 21:01:11
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A German passenger ship ran aground in the Wattenmere Sea in the North Sea region in the area within the state of Schleswig-Holstein in northern Germany with 170 people on board Saturday afternoon.
The German Ship Rescue Association announced this evening, Saturday, that the ship had entered this bad situation on the island of Bellurm in the North Sea.
The Rescue Society started its work after the crew of the passenger ship called "Falcon Number Five" was unable to rescue it by themselves.
The rescue company freed the 36-meter ship with the help of a rescue cruiser.
The seventy-one passengers, including fifty children, were not exposed to any dangers during the rescue operation.