Marine investigators are examining how a cargo ship collided with a tug boat and a smaller vessel in the English Channel.
The cargo ship was reportedly heading for Genoa in Italy when it crashed about nine miles off Dungeness, Kent, the ITV News reports.
The smaller vessel was seriously damaged but no injuries were reported
According to the Daily Mirror, a spokeswoman for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said: "The Dungeness lifeboat went out to the vessels and stood by them all night to make sure everything was okay.
"The Dover lifeboat arrived to take over from their Dungeness colleagues, while a Trinity House vessel, Galatea, also attended to assess the situation."
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