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Taiwanese Coast Guard rescues Filipino engineer with severe burns

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Nov. 11, 19 | 3:22 pm

Taiwan’s Coast Guard has responded to the call of a Liberian cargo vessel boat to assist a Filipino marine engineer who was injured while on board the ship.

The Hualien Coast Guard said they transported the OFW to a hospital in Taiwan for treatment last Friday.

The cargo ship named, E.R Bayonne, was sailing in Taiwan waters when one of its crew members suffered burns following an accident in the ship’s engine room.

The incident took place at around 7 pm. The Hualien Coast Guard said they had quickly sent a boat to help the cargo vessel and the patient was immediately brought to the Hualien Tzu Chi Hospital.

The Filipino marine engineer is now undergoing medical treatment. He suffered second-degree burns on his right leg, according to a Coast Guard official. (TN)

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