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szdaily -> China
Court tries sailor of Maltese ship over 14 deaths
    2017-July-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

THE second mate of a Maltese cargo ship stood trial in a maritime court in eastern China’s Zhejiang Province for a “regulation violation” which left 14 people dead and five others unaccounted for, according to local sources Saturday.

The trial began Thursday at Ningbo maritime court with more than 40 people attending, including local lawmakers, political advisers, journalists and ordinary citizens.

The court heard that Allan Mendoza Tablate was at the wheel on the early morning of May 7 last year when the cargo ship Catalina was on its way from Lianyungang in East China’s Jiangsu Province to Indonesia.

In low visibility and “complicated conditions” in the East China Sea, it was alleged that he did not keep a proper lookout or maintain a safe speed, or take effective measures to avoid other ships in the fog.

The court believed Tablate’s negligence led to a collision with a Chinese fishing boat, Lurongyu 58398, resulting in 14 deaths, with five others missing.

Direct losses from the accident are estimated at 5.08 million yuan (US$746,454). Tablate gave himself up to maritime police in Zhejiang Province on Sept. 22 last year.  (Xinhua)

 

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