Live: Emergency rescue drill in south China’s Qiongzhou Strait

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CGTN published this video item, entitled “Live: Emergency rescue drill in south China’s Qiongzhou Strait” – below is their description.

A roll-on, roll-off ship emergency drill takes places in the Qiongzhou Strait, an important channel that separates Guangdong’s Leizhou Peninsula from the island province of Hainan. A crash between a roll-on, roll-off ship carrying vehicles with hazardous chemicals and an oil tanker is simulated. The drill aims to enhance the emergency response capabilities of maritime rescue teams.

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