Ship carrying 4,000 cars sinks after collision off Singapore

SINGAPORE: A car carrier with more than 4,000 vehicles on board sank early yesterday following a collision with an oil tanker off Singapore's Sentosa Island but there were no casualties, the Maritime and Port Authority said. 

Car carrier mv Hyundai No. 105 sustained a 50m by 20m hole in its port side in the collision late on Saturday with the MT Kaminesan and sank early yesterday, the authority said. 

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