Thousands of Audis, Porsches, Lamborghinis, Bentleys Destroyed After Cargo Ship Felicity Ace Catches Fire in Atlantic Ocean

Published:Nov 22, 202318:36
Thousands of Audis, Porsches, Lamborghinis, Bentleys Destroyed After Cargo Ship Felicity Ace Catches Fire in Atlantic Ocean

San Francisco, Feb 19: Thousands of Audis, Porsches, Lamborghinis, Bentleys and electrical vehicles have been prone to be destroyed on an deserted cargo ship that caught fireplace within the Atlantic Ocean, the media reported. The batteries of an unknown variety of electrical autos caught fireplace aboard the ship, studies The Verge. The Felicity Ace ship was heading from Germany to a port in Rhode Island, the US, when it issued misery indicators this week. Euroferry Olympia Ship Catches Fire Close to Greek Coast In Ionian Sea, All Individuals Aboard Aflame Cruise Ship Evacuated To Rescue Ships. Some 1,100 Porsches and 189 Bentleys have been on board, in addition to an unspecified variety of Audis and VW. All 22 crew members have been efficiently evacuated and didn't want medical consideration, based on a press release by the Portuguese Navy. "The 22 crew members did not need medical assistance on arrival, having been taken to a local hotel. The owner of the ship 'Felicity Ace' is in contact with the logistic agent in order to draw up a plan for the towing of the ship," the navy stated. "So far, no source of pollution has been recorded". It is unclear presently whether or not the batteries are what sparked the hearth. Consultants in placing out battery fires can be wanted to extinguish the blaze, the report stated late on Friday. In keeping with, the electrical autos could have been Audi E-tron Sportbacks. The variety of autos misplaced within the fireplace is prone to exceed $150 million. "We are aware of an incident involving a third-party cargo ship transporting Volkswagen Group vehicles across the Atlantic," a VW spokesperson was quoted as saying. "The vessel was on its way to North America. At this time, we are not aware of any injuries. We are in contact with the shipping company to get more information about the incident." (The above story first appeared on SociallyTrend on Feb 19, 2022 02:10 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports activities, entertainment and life-style, go browsing to our web site

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