SINGAPORE, May 23 (Reuters) - A ship carrying 4,000 cars sank after colliding with an oil tanker south of Singapore, port officials said on Sunday. The collision between the oil tanker Mt Kaminesan, which was loaded with 279,949 tonnes of crude oil, and car carrier MV Hyundai No 105 occurred on Saturday just before midnight, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said in a statement. "All the cars sank. But there is no spill (of crude oil) from the tanker," said MPA ...
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