Cruise ship MS NORDNORGE fire, Norway

Fire erupted in engine room of cruise ship MS NORDNORGE in the morning June 29, when she was docked at Trondheim, Norway. Fire was extinguished by crew and city firefighters, three crew were medically treated for smoke inhalation. Understood MS NORDNORGE didn’t suffer serious damages, she left Trondheim in the afternoon June 29.
Passenger ro-ro ship MS NORDNORGE, IMO 9107784, GT 11384, built 1997, flag Norway, manager Hurtigruten AS.

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