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TORM Aframax tanker reported 3 crew including woman injured in boat fall

TORM Aframax tanker reported 3 crew including woman injured in boat fall
Broken crane cable caused boat fall from 20 meters height on board of crude oil tanker TORM MAREN on Apr 1, tanker was off Sierra Leone coast, en route from Lagos to Gibraltar.

Broken crane cable caused boat fall from 20 meters height on board of crude oil tanker TORM MAREN on Apr 1, tanker was off Sierra Leone coast, en route from Lagos to Gibraltar. Spanish Navy patrol ship SPS AUDAZ (MMSI 224062000, GT 2670) came to assist, paramedics team boarded tanker and rendered first aid to injured seamen, including 28-year old woman. Tanker interrupted voyage and headed for Conakry Guinea, to transfer people to hospital, tanker arrived at Conakry anchorage in the afternoon Apr 2. Details of accident unknown. TORM MAREN is in ballast, judging from AUDAZ photo of paramedics team boarding tanker.

Where is this vessel going to?

The vessel departed from LAGOS ANCH, NG on 2020-03-25 08:20 LT (UTC +1) and is currently sailing at 0.4 knots with West direction heading to GIBRALTAR, GI with reported Estimated Time of Arrival at 2020-04-08 23:00 LT (UTC +1) local time (in 6 days).
 
Name:                          TORM MAREN
IMO:                             9358400
Vessel Type - Generic: Tanker
Vessel Type - Detailed: Oil Products Tanker
Status:                           Active
MMSI:                            220602000
Flag:                              Denmark [DK]
Gross Tonnage:             61724 t
Summer DWT:               109672 t
Length Overall x Breadth Extreme: 245 x 42.03 m
Year Built:                      2008
Home Port:                    COPENHAGEN
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