The cargo ship Pacific Carrier drag anchor and later broke in two on 1 mile off South Korean port Busan. The accident was caused by the heavy sea and giant waves from the typhoon Bolaven. The bulk carrier was anchored new Busan after the collision with the container vessel Hyundai Confidence in December 2011. The ship was under ballast and anchored before the shipowner pay the repair of the ship and the fine for the collision. The vessel was detained by the local authorities without any crew members on board. Last days the typhoon Bolaven passed through South Korea and Indonesia, making giant waves and disturbed the shipping in the region. They dragged the anchor of the cargo ship Pacific Carrier and broght him to the rocky shore, where the ship damaged and broke on two parts.
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