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People watching the relict of the ship Maro


The same storm we have already seen in France and UK causing great damages has arrived, not placated at all, in Spain with waves 10 meters high.



50 ships sunk in the port os San Sebastian, but this time the main victim was the ship Maro that wrecked on the shore close to Hondarribia and then after many hours of agony was smashed in three pieces releasing 56t of gasoil in the sea.


REUTERS/Vincent West


REUTERS/Vincent West



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