Four missing after ship overturns, consumes close to Georgia coast






Salvage groups were looking for four team individuals after a payload ship burst into flames and inverted Sunday off the Georgia coast, the Coast Guard said. 

Twenty individuals were protected from the Golden Ray, a 656-foot-long ship headed for Baltimore that was "posting intensely" in St. Simons Sound close to Brunswick, authorities said. 

Coast Guard Sector Charleston was advised by the Glynn County 911 dispatch that the ship had overturned. The Coast Guard "quickly issued a dire marine data communicate" and sent boats and two helicopters to the scene. 

The ship's order and boss specialist were helping experts and rescue groups in balancing out the ship so salvage endeavors could proceed, the Coast Guard said. Neighborhood people on call and towing bunches additionally were supporting the exertion. 






The reason for the occurrence was under scrutiny, the Coast Guard said. It was uncertain whether climate conditions assumed a job. Sea tempest Dorian brushed past the Georgia coast a week ago however was focused off Canada on Sunday. 

The port of Brunswick was shut to pontoon traffic, and there was a built up crisis wellbeing zone in the St. Simons Sound. Boats were not approved inside a half-mile of the Golden Ray. 

The episode comes multi week after a plunging pontoon burst into flames off California's Santa Cruz Island, slaughtering 34 individuals.

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