Fears of oil spill spark action

FEARS of an oil spill at the site of Sunday’s sinking of a car carrier and its cargo of 4,191 cars have sparked action from Indonesian authorities and a salvage company. 

Concerns were raised after Indonesian coast guard officers spotted a minor oil spill on Monday afternoon at the site where the MV Hyundai 105 sank just outside the Singapore Straits, said an Indonesian Embassy spokesman here. 

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