The pilot’s difficulty in controlling the bulk carrier Conti Peridot’s heading was identified as the probable cause of the collision between the bulker and the tanker Carla Maersk in the Houston Ship Channel in March 2015, according to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).Besides the inability of the pilot on the Conti Peridot to respond appropriately to hydrodynamic forces after meeting another vessel during restricted visibility, other factors are believed to have led to the collision, among which is the lack of communication with other vessels about the handling difficulty.Contributing to the circumstances was the inadequate bridge resource management between the master and the pilot on the Conti Peridot, as they did not work together to solve the problem.Furthermore, lack of predetermined ship movement strategies during restricted visibility in the Houston Ship Channel also played a role in the collision.“On the day of the accident, local pilot associations determined that the increasing fog was significant enough to suspend pilot boardings of inbound ships. However, piloted vessels already under way continued the transit in the fog,” NTSB said, adding that the Vessel Traffic Service Houston/Galveston did not effectively monitor vessel traffic to identify the developing risk of collision during restricted visibility.Image Courtesy: USCGAs a result of this accident, the NTSB issued safety recommendations to Bremer Bereederungsgesellschaft mbH & Co., the Conti Peridot’s operating company, the Houston Pilots Association, and the Lone Star Harbor Safety Committee.The two vessels collided in restricted visibility on March 9, 2015, near Morgan’s Point, Texas, when the bulker crossed the channel into the path of the Carla Maersk.There were no injuries in the collision, but an estimated 88,200 gallons of methyl tert-butyl ether spilled from the Carla Maersk, and the two vessels sustained about USD 8.2 million in total damage.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe said Chelsea showed they are capable of winning the title in their 3-0 victory over his side at Stamford Bridge.Chelsea’s win was their 12th in a row in the Premier League and cemented their position at the top of the table.Pedro scored twice and Howe admitted his team struggled to contain the superb Eden Hazard, who scored with a second-half penalty after being fouled in the area. AdChoices广告“He was outstanding with his movement and ability to turn on the ball so quickly,” Howe said. “When you have Hazard, Pedro and Willian counter-attacking you it is very difficult.“We gave them too many chances to get in those situations and that’s certainly something for us to take away from this game.“The manager has done a great job. Chelsea look very strong and they can go all the way.” See also:Chelsea make it 12 wins in a rowBatshuayi loan move is ruled outChelsea sent a ‘good message’ – ConteChelsea v Bournemouth player ratingsRoma interested in Chelsea youngster Musonda Embed from Getty Images Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Amazon Shares: with Only £250 You Can Get a Monthly Fixed Income x Final Photos Taken Just Seconds Before Tragedy Struck x Easy Way to Generate Extra Income x Last Nights Episode Left Viewers Speechless! x Jackie Kennedy Was a Style Icon – but Her Shoes Revealed What We Long Suspected x Pole Vaulter Allison Stokke is Finally Talking About the Photo Changing Her Life x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
First Published: 29th April, 2020 06:42 IST “Now my treatment has started and my doctors and sisters are keeping a check on me and taking care of my requirements from time to time. Sometimes I am called for tests or something else and I don’t realise how time goes now and I feel the strength to live again,” he said.”I want to thank BFI, its president and all the members for the help.” FOLLOW US Press Trust Of India Asian Games gold-medal-winning boxer Dingko Singh has revealed that he went into depression as he was unable to travel to the national capital for his cancer treatment due to the nationwide lockdown. Dingko Singh was on Saturday airlifted from Imphal to the national capital for his liver cancer treatment. “If the ambulance wouldn’t have been arranged, it could have been a big problem for me. Even though I wanted to come to Delhi, I couldn’t come because of the lockdown,” Dingko said in a video message released by the Boxing Federation of India (BFI). “During the critical time when doctors had told me to come, I could not manage to come time to time, and so I went into depression.”‘I went into depression’Dingko’s transfer to Delhi by a Spicejet air ambulance was personally facilitated by BFI president Ajay Singh, after he missed a scheduled radiation therapy session due to the ongoing national lockdown. The 41-year-old was due to undergo radiation therapy a fortnight back but could not come to Delhi because of the lockdown. “The way BFI and our president Ajay Singh managed to arrange the air ambulance understanding my problem…I mean, I felt better in Manipur itself when I came to know about it and now after reaching here, I am feeling much better,” Dingko said.Accompanied by his wife Ngangom Babai Devi, Dingko, was taken straight to the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS), where he is currently undergoing his treatment. Dingko, an Arjuna and Padma Shri awardee, is battling a relapse of liver cancer. The Manipuri was a flamboyant bantamweight boxer and won the Asian Games gold in the 1998 edition in Bangkok. Dingko thanked the BFI and said he now has a renewed sense of optimism about his recovery. Image credits: Twitter Written By Last Updated: 29th April, 2020 06:42 IST I Went Into Depression For Being Unable To Resume My Treatment: Dingko Singh Asian Games gold-medal-winning boxer Dingko Singh has revealed that he went into depression as he was unable to travel to the national capital for his treatment SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV