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14 Trawlers Catch Fire in Pati


Fishermen try out gillnets to replace 'cantrang', kind of Danish seine net identified as unsustainable and not environmentally friendly. | PHOTO: tribunnews.com/Rival Almanaf

 


 July 17th, 2017  |  11:09 AM  |   2045 views

PATI, CENTRAL JAVA

 

Fourteen trawlers caught fire in Selogonggo River in Pati, Central Java, on Saturday, wounding three fishermen, according to preliminary findings from the Pati Police.

 

Two victims, Edi Siswanto, 28, and Karbani, 45, were dispatched to Karyadi Hospital in Semarang, while Supardi, 48, is undergoing a medical treatment at Budi Agung Hospital in Juwana.

 

Firefighters and medical personnel faced obstacles reaching the site due to poor road conditions, which could not accommodate fire trucks and ambulances.

 

The blaze was believed to have started by welding activities on one of the vessels, according to Pati Police.

 


 

Source:
courtesy of THE JAKARTA POST

by Suherdjoko

 

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