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The Japanese destroyer destroyer has begun to be towed to the shipyard, the media write


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Tokyo, January 15 – Japan’s Kyodo News Agency reported that the emergency destroyer Inazuma of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force has begun to be towed to the shipyard in Hiroshima Prefecture for further inspection.
It is noted that a tugboat of a private company was involved in the towing business. The destroyer is expected to be delivered to Japan Marine United’s shipyard in Onomichi on Sunday evening. The ship is scheduled to dock at the dock on Monday, January 16.
After that, specialists will begin to examine the destroyer, which must establish the cause of the accident.

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The destroyer Inazuma lost course on 10 January. He supposedly veered off course and ran aground, trapped in an underwater reef, severing the blade of one of the propellers, making further control of the ship impossible. The ship also had scratches and cracks on its bow.
On Friday, divers found a broken blade, and action was also taken regarding an oil leak – originating on a damaged propeller.
The Maritime Security Service, based on the data on the deviation from the course, continues the investigation under the article on the violation of professional activities.

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