Saturday, August 11, 2012 -
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August 11: MSC Flaminia like a Flying Dutchman keeps moving around outside EU waters, last known position at 06:42 UTC August 10 47.33N 010.08W, Course 267 deg., speed 3.1 knots. What would happen if crew remained on board, would the vessel be rejected shelter in that case? And what it is exactly EU coastal States are afraid of, what are the reasons for rejecting MSC Flaminia shelter in their waters? Vessel doesn’t look like an inevitable wreckage doomed to sink as soon as she reaches EU waters, causing the so-called “ecological disaster”. NSB and MSC don’t say anything plausible in this regard, but there must be a reason or pretext.
Meanwhile, I’ve got a letter from yet one more desperate person affected by the accident. It looks like all his personal belongings, everything his family bought, kept and was surrounded with for decades, including children’s toys and car, were destroyed by fire. Here it is:
My name is Marzena. Twelve years of my live is on or rather was on the MSC flaminia. I ma trying to find some one who is affected by the fire on that ship. I sent all that i had to Poland and now is gone. I have read that individuals like my wont get any compensation for our container I am desperate to get in touch with other victims so maybe we can all join our forces to fait this ship mafia. Please if you can provide me with some information about the others I am left with nothing. My children do not have bed to slip on or clothes to wear or toys to play because everything was there including my car.
Please, Please, Please
A very sad story indeed, and once again, I invite all those affected by the fire and willing to fight for compensation, to unite and try to figure something out. I’ve got contacts of four affected individuals and companies.
All the relevant data and photos are published on a page http://www.odin.tc/2012/mscflaminiaen.asp