Cargo échoué à Anglet, pollution limitée
Pas d'accalmie prévue dans les prochains jours
A French police officer makes a phone call next to a Spanish cargo ship which slammed into a dyke and split in two, injuring at least one sailor and raising concerns of a fuel leak, in Anglet, near the French port of Bayonne, on February 5, 2014. The prefecture for the Pyrenees-Atlantiques region said efforts were underway to recover the sailors by helicopter but the rescue operation was being hampered by winds of up to 110 kilometres per hour (70 miles per hour).
Officials said a fuel leak had been detected and an emergency plan known as Polmar had been activated to deal with maritime pollution. AFP PHOTO/GAIZKA IROZ
En vidéo, le moment exact où le cargo se brise sur la digue d'Anglet...reste les 100 tonnes de fioul embarqués (environ 4 camions citernes pleins), dont un tiers se trouve dans la partie échouée du bateau.