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Pictured: The oil spill that has reached the coast of Salamina, Greece<br />
Re: An oil spill off Salamina island’s eastern coast is spreading and has become “an environmental disaster” according to local authorities in Greece.<br />
The spill was caused by the sinking of the Aghia Zoni II tanker, carrying 2,200 metric tons of fuel oil and 370 metric tons of marine gas oil on Saturday, southwest of the islet of Atalanti near Psytalleia. According to reports, the coastline stretching from Kinosoura to the Selinia community has “turned black” and authorities fear a new leak from the sunken ship.<br />
According to the island’s mayor, Isidora Papathanasiou, the weather “turned on Sunday afternoon and brought the oil spill to Salamina.”
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Pictured: The oil spill that has reached the coast of Salamina, Greece
Re: An oil spill off Salamina island’s eastern coast is spreading and has become “an environmental disaster” according to local authorities in Greece.
The spill was caused by the sinking of the Aghia Zoni II tanker, carrying 2,200 metric tons of fuel oil and 370 metric tons of marine gas oil on Saturday, southwest of the islet of Atalanti near Psytalleia. According to reports, the coastline...
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