Myanmar Navy recuses injured crew member from Chinese cargo ship

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A Tatmadaw (Navy) vessel receives an injured sailor from NV Chang Hang Hao Hai for medical care near Hainggyikyun on 14 May 2024.

A crew member from the Chinese cargo ship MV Chang Hang Hao Hai, which headed to China from Dhamra Port of India, fell from a height at 1 pm on 14 May and sustained severe injuries requiring emergency treatment. The incident occurred about 96 miles northwest of Coco Island within Myanmar’s territorial waters, and asked for help via MRCC.
The fast attack craft of Tatmadaw (Navy), serving security measures in Myanmar waters of Hainggyikyun, conducted rescue work following a request and provided initial healthcare services to the victim, Mr Tan Bin, on the vessel. He was taken to Tatmadaw Hospital in Hainggyikyun for medical treatment and to Pathein Township for further treatment by ambulance. — MNA/KTZH

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