North Korea told South Korea in a telephone call that the cargo ship carrying seven people left a North Korean port around 3 p.m.
(0600 GMT) to return to the South, said Kim Ho-nyeon, a spokesman at the South Korean Unification Ministry.
Due to extremely large masses and relatively high velocities the energy involved in such an accident is astonishing: the collision energy of a 10000t Ro Ro passenger at a speed of 30kn, is equivalent to 10000 cars of approximately 1t each, impacting a small area with a speed of approximately 55km/h (the speed used in Euro NCAP side impact tests for cars).
SEOUL, South Korea: North Korea allowed a South Korean cargo vessel to return home Wednesday after investigating its crew members over a ship collision that left two North Koreans dead, an official said.
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The one who injured his leg said that he needed new grey pants, but I didn't have access to any to help him.
So, I continued walking up the stairs to the 4th floor to my office, where I was working on a map of the United States because the weather was changing all over the country, and I was putting a coating of light orange paint all over the map - the kind of paint you could see the color, but still see the features beneath.
compiled by Dee Finney Records show that there is a ship collision on the average of every 5 days. - missing - and not found can be assumed to be dead.
Both were wearing grey gabardine coveralls like workman.
One complained he had injured his arm, and the other complained he had injured his leg.
Higher speeds may cause larger operational loads, like slamming, or excessively severe loads, for example during a collision.
Denser sea routes increase the probability of an accident in particular a collision involving ships or ships and shore or offshore structures.