Burning Iranian oil tanker finally sinks after Jan. 6 accident - Chinese state TV

A burning Iranian oil tanker that had drifted into Japan’s exclusive economic zone has sunk after a collision on January 6, Chinese state television said on Sunday.

The stricken tanker, called the Sanchi, which had been adrift and on fire for more than a week following the accident with another vessel in the East China Sea, had “suddenly ignited” around noon (0400 GMT), China Central Television said.

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An Iranian official said on Sunday there was no chance any crew members had survived among the 32 aboard an oil tanker on fire off the coast of China for more than a week.

“There is no hope of finding survivors among the members of the crew,” Mohammad Rastad, spokesperson for the Iranian rescue team dispatched to Shanghai, told Iran’s state broadcaster.

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