The 48 meter long, 484 dwt coastal freighter Finnoyglimt sank near Haugesund, Norway. The vessel sent out a distress call for help with the Rescue Service Headquarters dispatching a helicopter and rescue boats to the scene. Two crew were rescued from the water and were reported in good shape, but suffering from shock. The master of the Finnoyglimt was reported missing as no body could be found by searchers. The Finnoyglimt had only diesel fuel on board when it sank. The vessel had been used in the transportation of gravel and stone or coastal shipping.