The 67 meter long, 1740 dwt cargo vessel Sukran Camuz caught fire while anchored in Mersin, Turkey. The fire spread through the superstructure. Local tugs and fire brigades were called to the scene and were able to extinguish the blaze a few hours later. The superstructure sustained severe damage. Reports state the vessel had been at anchor in the area since 2008 and no crew was reported to be on board at the time.
The 134 meter long cargo vessel Frio Antwerp caught fire while berthed at the port of Marin, Spain. The fire started from a forklift at the bottom of the third cargo hold. The fire sent out dense smoke with filled different parts of the Frio Antwerp. Local firefighters were requested and were able to extinguish the blaze a few hours later. No reports of injuries or pollution released. Reports state the fire only damaged the forklift and the vessel was undamaged.
The 136 meter long towboat Segesta and its two barges were underway on the Danube near Strudengau, Austria when the barges suffered water ingress. The barges loaded with 800 tons of gravel had sprung a leak and begun to fill with water. The barges were secured to the shore and the local fire brigade was requested. The fire brigades from Nabegg and Neustadtl responded with dewatering pumps. Another barge was requested to aid with lightering the cargo of gravel. No reports of injuries.