In photos: Foreign cargo ship lies on breakwater in Japan



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A cargo ship that collided with a breakwater can be seen in Hakata Port in Fukuoka’s Nishi district, in this photo taken on the morning of November 29, 2021. (Mainichi / Tomohisa Yazu)


  • A cargo ship that collided with a breakwater can be seen in Hakata Port in Fukuoka's Nishi district, in this photo taken on the morning of November 29, 2021. (Mainichi / Tomohisa Yazu)
  • A cargo ship can be seen after it collided with a breakwater.  (Courtesy photo of the Fukuoka Coast Guard Office)
  • This photo, taken on the morning of November 29, 2021, shows a cargo ship that ran aground on a breakwater.  (Courtesy photo of the Fukuoka Coast Guard Office)
  • A cargo ship that collided with a breakwater can be seen in Hakata Port in Fukuoka's Nishi district, in this photo taken on the morning of November 29, 2021. (Mainichi / Tomohisa Yazu)
  • This photo, taken on the morning of November 29, 2021, shows a cargo ship that ran aground on a breakwater.  (Courtesy photo of the Fukuoka Coast Guard Office)
  • This photo, taken on the morning of November 29, 2021, shows a cargo ship that ran aground on a breakwater.  (Courtesy photo of the Fukuoka Coast Guard Office)
  • A cargo ship that collided with a breakwater can be seen in Hakata Port in Fukuoka's Nishi district, in this photo taken on the morning of November 29, 2021. (Mainichi / Tomohisa Yazu)






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