One dead, two missing after oil tanker blaze off Hong Kong

Hong Kong, Jan 10 - A fire rescue ship spraying water towards the burning oil tanker Aulac Fortune off the coast in southern Hong Kong. At least one person has died after an oil tanker caught fire off Hong Kong. Twenty-three people have been rescued after those on the vessel either fell or jumped into the sea, according to a police spokesperson, while two people are missing. A number of the victims suffered burns, and the government said two injured men were taken to the hospital. Photo Courtesy of Hong Kong Government Flying Service

Last Updated: 2019-01-10

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