One of the categorical jobs of a ship is to stay in one piece.
But this Mongolian load ship couldn’t conduct that – as it separate right in two while in the Black Sea.
Fortunately, the 11-man organisation that was on house was fast discovered by Turkish authorities.
The Leonardo, a 114-metre-long dry load ship, was anchored nearby Istanbul at the time.
However, it unexpected buckled and pennyless purify in two.
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Tugboats came along to lift divided half of the ship to shore, while the other half was left to sink.
Turkish media reported that, at 42 years old, the ship was flattering much on its last legs.
It was sailing to Istanbul’s Tuzla dockyard – ironically, for repairs.
Turkey’s General Directorate of Coastal Safety sent eight ships, including hunt and rescue towboats, to the scene.
All organisation members were then taken to the hospital to be looked over, and are believed to be safe.