The 90 meter long cargo vessel Daniel K ran aground on Eo River off Ribadeo, Spain. The Daniel K, loaded with 4000 tons of paper pulp, was attempting a manuever when it ran up on a sandbank. Unable to free itself, the Daniel K requested assistance. Two tugs arrived and pulled the cargo vessel free on the following high tide. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released.
The 174 meter long, 38,115 dwt LPG Carrier Waasmunster collided with the fishing vessel Gros LouLou off Le Havre, France. The Waasmunster, loaded with 18000 tons of butane, was struck by the Gros LouLou. The Waasmunster sustained hull damage below the waterline and suffered water ingress, but no reports of pollution released. The Gros LouLou sustained damage to its bow and sustained some water ingress. No reports of injuries. Reports state salvage team was able to patch the hull of the Wassmunster a few hours after the collision.
The small coastal bulk carrier Kumar became disabled off Mumbai, India. The Kumar, loaded with iron ore, suffered flooding while off the coast. The bulk carrier was partially submerged at the bow and was in danager of capsizing. The crew requested assistance with the India Coast Guard dispatching a helicopter to the scene. The helicopter dropped de-watering pumps and were able to assist the crew to stabilize the Kumar. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released.