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双语 | 一艘250英尺“幽灵船”失踪后又现身爱尔兰——揭秘它被遗弃的原因

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  A ghost ship ushered in by Storm Dennis has been discovered
  in a coastal village in southern Ireland.
  
  The 250-foot vessel was originally abandoned in 2018
  following a power outage that left the crew of 10 stranded.
  
  The crew was later rescued, but the ship remained abandoned,
  traveling alone over 1,000 miles for about 16 months before
  reaching its final destination in Ireland.
  
  
    
    Cork County Council claims the wreck does not pose an
    environmental threat, although there are still sealed
    containers filled with oil and other materials on board that
    need to be removed in order to prevent any chance of pollution.
  
  
    Visit
    Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
  

  Storm Dennis has washed ashore a surprising discovery by a
  coastal village in south Ireland: a vacant "ghost ship."

  A jogger initially discovered the wreck where it now lays in
  Ballycotton, Ireland, 
  the Washington Post reported. The ship drifted ashore with
  the help of Storm Dennis, which has been ravaging England, Wales,
  and Ireland and causing extensive flooding in some parts of the
  UK, 
  Axios reported.

  The 
  250-foot vessel  - originally named MV Alta - was initially
  abandoned on October 18, 2018, in the southeast area of Bermuda,
  the BBC
  reported. This means the ship has drifted alone for more than
  a thousand miles for over a year.

  "This is one in a million," local official John Tattan told the
  
  Irish Examiner. "I have never, ever seen anything abandoned
  like that before."

  Initial assessments by the Cork City Council has found that the
  wreckage does not pose a pollution threat to its surroundings,
  although there are a few sealed containers onboard that need to
  be removed in order to prevent any potential damage to the
  environment.

  Keep scrolling to see the dramatic photos of the wreckage:

  • 在爱尔兰南部的一个沿海村庄里,人们发现了因风暴丹尼斯(Dennis)而被冲上岸的幽灵船。
  • 这艘250英尺长的船最初在2018年因断电而被抛弃,导致10名船员被困。
  • 船员后来获救,但该船却被遗弃,独自航行了1000多英里,历时约16个月,才到达最终目的地爱尔兰。
  • 科克郡议会声称,沉船不会对环境造成威胁,尽管船上仍然有装满油和其他材料的密封容器,需要拆除以防止任何污染的机会。
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风暴丹尼斯(Dennis)给南爱尔兰的一个沿海村庄带来了一个惊奇的发现:一艘空空的“幽灵船”。

据《华盛顿邮报》报道,慢跑者最初在爱尔兰的巴里科顿发现了沉船残骸。据Axios报道,这艘船在风暴丹尼斯的推助下漂流上岸。该风暴近期持续肆虐英格兰,威尔士和爱尔兰,并在英国一些地区造成大面积洪水。

据英国广播公司报道,这艘250英尺长的船最初名为MV Alta,于2018年10月18日被遗弃在百慕大的东南地区。截至目前,该船已经在海上漂流超过一年的时间,漂流了1000多英里。

当地官员约翰·塔坦(John Tattan)告诉Irish Examiner(爱尔兰当地报纸):“这种事发生的几率是百万分之一那么小。我从未见过像这样的废弃物。”

科克郡议会的初步评估发现,残骸并未对周围环境造成污染威胁,尽管船上有一些密封容器需要拆除,以防止对环境造成任何潜在损害。

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  • A ghost ship ushered in by Storm Dennis has been discovered in a coastal village in southern Ireland.
  • The 250-foot vessel was originally abandoned in 2018 following a power outage that left the crew of 10 stranded.
  • The crew was later rescued, but the ship remained abandoned, traveling alone over 1,000 miles for about 16 months before reaching its final destination in Ireland.
  • Cork County Council claims the wreck does not pose an environmental threat, although there are still sealed containers filled with oil and other materials on board that need to be removed in order to prevent any chance of pollution.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

Storm Dennis has washed ashore a surprising discovery by a coastal village in south Ireland: a vacant "ghost ship."

A jogger initially discovered the wreck where it now lays in Ballycotton, Ireland, the Washington Post reported. The ship drifted ashore with the help of Storm Dennis, which has been ravaging England, Wales, and Ireland and causing extensive flooding in some parts of the UK, Axios reported.

The 250-foot vessel - originally named MV Alta - was initially abandoned on October 18, 2018, in the southeast area of Bermuda, the BBC reported. This means the ship has drifted alone for more than a thousand miles for over a year.

"This is one in a million," local official John Tattan told the Irish Examiner. "I have never, ever seen anything abandoned like that before."

Initial assessments by the Cork City Council has found that the wreckage does not pose a pollution threat to its surroundings, although there are a few sealed containers onboard that need to be removed in order to prevent any potential damage to the environment.

Keep scrolling to see the dramatic photos of the wreckage: 

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