The Collision of Two Cargo Ships Caused the Mumbai Oil Spill

The Collision of Two Cargo Ships Caused the Mumbai Oil Spill
On August 7th 2010, two cargo ships, the Panama-flagged MSC Chitra and MV Khalijia collided off the coast India, near Mumbai. The MSC Chitra, which was outbound from South Mumbai’s Jawaharlal Nehru Port at around 9:50 A.M local time, collided with the inbound MV Khalijia. The collision resulted in the spilling of containers and oil ...