LAST UPDATED: 2018-10-07, 22:22
French maritime authorities are attempting to contain an apparent oil spill after two carrier provider ships collided within the Mediterranean Sea north of Corsica.
A spokesperson for the regional French maritime authority acknowledged no one used to be injured in Sunday’s collision, and the measurement and proper nature of the spill remain unclear.
Two French ships had been despatched to the gap and experts had been helicoptered in. The Italian hunch guard moreover despatched an airplane to computer screen the operation and three ships to abet contain the spill.
The French spokesperson says a lack of wind provides authorities hope the spill could presumably well presumably be contained rapid. He used to be no longer current to be publicly named.
The cleanup operation is section of a joint pact amongst France, Italy and Monaco to fight pollution accidents within the Mediterranean.