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Trouble in canal lock
The "Krempertor", enroute from Zeebrugge to Soelvesborg, encountered trouble upon entering the southern lock of the Kiel Canal in Brundsbüttel on Fb 18, 2018,, at 2.53 a.m. The police investigated the incident, and the ship continued the voyage at 3.30 a.m., ETA Soelvesborg Feb 19, 1 p.m.
Death of master avoidable accident
The death of a captain onboard the "Krempertor" in the night of Sep 16 off the south Devon coast was being treated by police as an avoidable accident. The captain went down into an enclosed hold to investigate an alarm that was sounding. He died from injuries sustained after he fell into the hold. The vessel which was about 40 nautical miles off south Devon was brought to Cattedown Wharves in Plymouth on Sep 17.
Investigation in death on board
An investigation was launched in Plymouth after the death of the Polish master of the "Krempertor" in the night of Sep 16, 2012. The ship has been en route from Rotterdam to Pasajes with scrap metal when he fell down a hold while the ship was 40 nautical miles south of Start Point. He sustained multiple head injuries and subsequently died. The crew contacted the owners and then diverted to Plymouth while they dealt with the situation. The "Krempertor" berthed at Cattedown Wharves at 4.30 a.m. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) was informed on Sep 16 at 11.11 p.m. by Long Room Port Control in Plymouth which had received a communique about the incident on board. Police and an MCA surveyor were on board the Krempetor on Sep 17 carrying out investigations. The MCA had to ascertain the facts for any subsequent inquiry. A spokesman of the German owners Erwin Strahlmann said he could only confirm there had been a fatality aboard the ship.News schreiben