By John Ruwitch HONG KONG, Jan 24 (Reuters) - The captain and first officer of the tanker involved in South Korea's worst oil spill went out of their way to avoid the accident and are not to blame, the ship's management company said on Thursday, expressing dismay over their indictment. In the first public explanation of the crew's actions, the ship's owner, management company, insurer, and a panel of experts described how the anchored, single-hulled tanker tried to avoid being rammed by ...
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