Two Massive Freight Ships Collided At Open Sea

An unusual accident happened in the Mediterranean Sea when two cargo ships collided, and the collision left behind a 4-kilometer-long oil stain. French and Italian authorities are said to be working to contain the damage from the spill.

Tunisian Ro-Ro ship Ulysses collided with Cyprus-flagged container ship CLS Virginia when the boxship was at anchored near Cape Corsica.

No injuries to the crew members of either ship have been reported. However, CLS Virginia is said to have sustained substantial damage to its starboard side due to the impact.