Hoegh Osaka and Land Rover
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Hoegh Osaka: Land Rovers and Jaguars driven off cargo ship

Cars which were being transported on a cargo ship when it ran aground in the Solent, are finally coming off.

More than 1,400 Land Rovers, Minis and Jaguars were securely lashed down while being transported on the Hoegh Osaka, which was run aground on Bramble Bank on 3 January.

There are also 105 pieces of construction equipment on board the Hoegh Osaka.

The operation to remove all the equipment is expected to take at least until Friday.

Steve Humphrey reports

  • 27 Jan 2015
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