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[英伦广角] 2015-01-10 万吨巨轮在英国海岸“被”搁浅 英方将展开调查

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[英伦广角] 2015-01-10 万吨巨轮在英国海岸“被”搁浅 英方将展开调查

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The pilot and master of the vessel with 1,400 cars on board are praised for "saving" the ship which is listing at 52 degrees.

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  The waters around it rise and fall, but from the air you can see the ship remains firmly wedged on the sandbank in this oldland. salvage experts fromNetherland are putting together a plan to refloat it, but its cargo of fourteen hundred factory new cars and more than a hundred JCB construction vehicles seen here onboard before the ship ran aground remains inside and may have to be removed first.
   If the cars have moved,then they have considerable problems because there's a lot of weight there, but even more so with the JCBs. If they have moved, then you've got a lot of heavy weight to shift around with fairly primitive salvage equipment to get these things to the right place.
  The fifty-one-thousand-ton car transporter was deliberately grounded on Saturday night by its pilot who feared the entire ship and its crew of twenty-five  were about to sink. It's listing now at a forty-five degree angle, but crucially it's not taking onwater. Five hundred tons of fuel is still on board, and may have to be pumped out rather than rist any of its leaking.
  Our focus next is to ensure that rescue operation and the salvage operation can go without harming the environment. We will focus over the next few days all our energy on
supporting the salvage operation and later on the investigation to see, to find out what has happened.
  While they formulate a salvage strategy, the stricken vessel has become something of a tourist attraction here on the Hampshire coast.
   While the port of Hampshire remains open for business, but this is one ship that won't be going anywhere in a hurry, and there is two-hundred-meter exclusion on and around her now to keep other crafts away.
  Experts say the key to  a successful salvage operation is caution and major disaster has been avoided here, and there is no appetite to take any unnecessary risks now.
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[Homework]2015-01-10 万吨巨轮在英国海岸“被”搁浅 英方将展开调查

The waters around it rise and fall, but from the air you can see that the ** sucker remains firmly wedged on the sandbank in the Solent. Salvage experts from the Netherlands are putting together a plan to refloat it, but its cargo were 1,400 factory new cars and more than a hundred JCB construction vehichles seeing here on board before the ship run aground remains in sight and may have to be moved fast. -It the cars have moved, then they have a considerable problem, because it's a lot of weight there. But even more so with the JCBs, if they've moved, then you've get a lot of heavy weights to shift around with fairly primitive salvage equipments to get these things to the right place.
The 51,000-tonne car transportor was deliberately grounded on Saturday night by its pilot, who feared the entire ship and its crew of 25 was about to sink. It's listing now at a 45-degree angle, but crucially it's not taking on water. 500 tonnes fuel is still on board. It may have been pumped out rather than risk any of it leaking.
-Our focus next is to ensure that rescue operation and the vessel salvage operation can go without harming the environment. And we'll foucs all the next few days all our energy on supporting the salvage operation and lead on an investigation to see, find out what has happened.
While they formulate salvage strategy, their stricken vessel has become something of a tourist attraction here on the Hamshire coast. All the Port of Southampton remains opened for business, but this is one ship that won't be going anywhere in a hurry. And there's a 200 meter exclusion zone around her to keep other craft away.
Experts say the key to a successful salvage operation is caution. A major disaster has been avoided here, and there is no appetite for taking any unnecessary risks now.
Andy B*, Sky News, in the Solent.

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[Homework]2015-01-10 万吨巨轮在英国海岸“被”搁浅 英方将展开调查

The waters around it rise and fall.But from the area, you can see that the Hoygal of Saker remains firmly wedged on a sand bank in the Solant.Salvage experts from the Lebanese are putting together a plan to refloat it but its cargo of 4000 factory new cars and more than 100 JCB construction vehicles seen here on board before the ship ran on ground remains inside and may have to remove first.If the cars are moved, then they have a considerable problem because of its lots of weight there.But if also for JCBs, if they moved then you gonna a lot of heavy weighs to ship around with purely primitive salvage equipments to get these things to the right place.The 51000 tons car transporter was deliberately grounded on Saturday night by its pilot who feared the entire ship and its crew of 25 was about to sink.It's listing now at 45 degree angle but crucially it's not taking on water.500 tons of fuel is still on board and may have to be pumped out rather than risk any of leaking.And focus next is to ensure that rescue operation and savage operation can go without harming the environment. And we will focus all the next few days  all our energy on supporting the sa;vage operation and later on the investigation to see and find out what has happened.For the fomulate savage strategy, their sticken vessel has become something of a tourist attraction here on the Hampshire coast.All the ports of Southhampton remain open for bussiness but this is one ship that won't be going anywhere in our hurry and there's 200 meter exclusions around her now to keep other craft away  Expert say the key to a successful salvage operation is caution and major disaster has to be avoided here and there is no appetite for taking any unnecessary risks now.Andy Bridy, Sky News in the Solant.                                                     
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The waters around it rise and fall. But from the air you can see that the Hoegh Osaka remains firmly wedged on a sandbank in the Solent. Salvage experts from the Netherlands are pulling together a plan to refloat it, but its cargo are 1,400 factory new cars and more than 100 JCB Construction vehicles, seeing here onboard before then ship ran aground, remains inside and may have to be removed first.

If the cars have moved, then they have a considerable problem because of a lot of weight there, but even more so with the JCB’s, if they've moved, then you've got a lot of heavy weights to shift around with apparently primitive salvage equipments to get these things to the right place.

The 51,000-ton car transporter was deliberately grounded on Saturday night by its polite who feared the entire ship and its crew of 25 was about to sink. It’s listing now at a 45-degree angle, but crucially, it’s not taking on water. 500 tons of fuel is still onboard and may have to be pumped out rather than risk any of it leaking.

Our focus the next is to ensure that rescue operation or the vessel and salvage operation can go without harming the environment and we will focus, all the next few days, all our energy, on supporting the salvage operation and lead on investigation to see, find out what has happened.

While they formulate a salvage strategy, their stricken vessel has become something of a tourist attraction here on the Hampshire Coast.

All the port of Southampton remain open for business, but this is one ship that won't be going anywhere in a hurry. And there’s 200-metre exclusion zone around her now to keep other craft away.

Experts say the key to a successful salvage operation is caution and major disaster has been avoided here, and there’s no appetite for taking any unnecessary risks now. Enda Brady, Sky New, in the Solent.
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The waters around it rise and fall, but from the air you can see that the Hoegh Osaka remains firmly wedged on a sandbank in the Solent. Salvage experts from the Netherlands are pulling together a plan to refloat it, but its cargo with 1,400 factory new cars and more than 100 JCB construction vehicles seen here on board before the ship ran aground remains inside and may have to be removed first.

“If the cars have moved, then they had a considerable problem because there’s a lot of weight there. But even more so with the JCB’s, if they’ve moved, then you’ve got a lot of heavy weights to shift around with apparently primitive salvage equipments to get these things to the right place.”

The 5,100-ton car transporter was deliberately grounded on Saturday night by its pilot who feared the entire ship and its crew of 25 was about to sink. It’s listing now at a 45-degree angle, but crucially it’s not taking on water. 500 tons of fuel is still on board and may have to be pumped out rather than risk any of it leaking.

“Our focus next is to ensure that rescue operation or the vessel and salvage operation can go without harming the environment. And we will focus all the next few days all our energy on supporting the salvage operation and lead on the investigation to see, find out what has happened.”

While they formulate a salvage strategy, their stricken vessel has become something of a tourist attraction here of the Hampshire coast.

“All the port of Southampton remains open for business, but this is one ship that won’t be going anywhere in a hurry. And there’s a 200-meter exclusive zone around her now to keep other craft away.”

Experts say the key to a successful salvage operation is caution. A major disaster has been avoided here, and there’s no appetite for taking any unnecessary risks now.


Andy Brady, Sky News, in the Solent.
The waters around it rise and fall, but from the air you can see that H.S remained firmly wedged on the sand bank in the Solent. Salvage experts from Netherland are pounding together a plan to refloat it. But its cargo of 1400 factory new cars and more than 100 Jcb construction vehicles seen here onboard before the ship ran a ground remains inside and may have to be removed first. If the cars have moved, then they have a considerable problem because there is a lot of weight there. But even more so, the JCBs, if they have moved, then you got a lot of heavy weight to shift around with purely primitive solid equipments to get these things to the right place. The 51000 ton car transporter was  delibrately grounded on Saturday night by the its pilot who feared the entire ship and its crew of 25 was about to sink. It's listing now at 45 degree angle, but crucially, it's not taken on water. 500 tons of fuel is still on board, and may have to be pumped out rather than risk any of its leaking. Our focus next is to ensure the recue operation or the vessel and salvage operation can go without harming the environment. And we will focus all the next few days, all our energy on supporting the salvage operation and lay around investigation to see, to find out what has happened. While they formulate the salvage strategey, their striken vessel has become something of tourist attraction here on the Hamshire coast. While the port of south Hampton remains open for buisness, but this is one ship that won't be going anywhere, in our hurry, and there is a 200 meter exclusion zone around her now to kept other craft away. Experts say the key to the a successful salvage operation is caution, and a major disaster has been avoided here. And there is no appetite for taking any unnecessary risks now.
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[Homework]2015-01-10 万吨巨轮在英国海岸“被”搁浅 英方将展开调查

The waters around it rise and fall, but from the air you can see that the H remains firmly wedged on a sandbank in the S, salvage experts from the Netherlands are putting together a plan to refloat it, but its cargo of 4,000 factory new cars and more than 100 JCB construction vehicles seen here on board before the ship ran aground remains inside, and may have to be removed first.If the cars are removed, then they have a considerable problem because there is a lot of weight there, but even more so with the JCBs, if they are removed, then you got a lot of heavy weights to shift around with apparently primitive salvage equipments to get these things to the right place.
The 51,000 ton car transporter was deliberately grounded on Saturday night by its pilot who feared the entire ship and its crew of 25 was about to sink, it's listing now at a 45-degree angle, but crucially it's not taking on water, 500 tons of fuel is still on board, and may have to be pumped out rather than risk any of it leaking.
Our focus next is to ensure that the rescue operation, the vessel and salvage operation can go without harming the environment, and we will focus over the next few days all our energy on supporting the salvage operation and the later on investigation to see, find out what's happened.
While they formulate a salvage strategy, the stricken vessel has become something of a tourist attraction here on the Hamshire coast.
While the port of S remains open for business, but this is one ship that won't be going anywhere in a hurry, and there is a 200-meter exclusion zone around her now to keep other craft away.
Experts say the key to a successful salvage operation is caution, a major disaster has been avoided here, and there is no appetite for taking any unnecessary risks now.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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[Homework]2015-01-10 万吨巨轮在英国海岸“被”搁浅 英方将展开调查

The waters around it rise and fall, but from the air you can see the // remains firmly waged on a sand bank in the Solent. Salvage experts from Lebnanse are putting together a plan to re-float it but the cargo of 1,400 factory new cars and more than a hundred JCB construction vehicles seeing here on board before the ship round ground remains inside and may have to be removed fast.

If the cars have moved, then they have a consideration problem because it's a lot of weight there. But if more so for JCB's, if they've moved, then you've got a lot of heavy weights to shift around with apparently primitive sort of equipments to get the thing to right place.

The 51,000-ton car transporter was deliberately grounded on Saturday night by its polit, who feared the entire ship and its crew of 25 was about to sink it's listing now at a 45 degree angle, but crucially, it's not taking on water, 500 tons fuel is still on board and may have to be pumped out rather than risk any of it leaking.

Our focus next is to ensure that rescue operation of the vessel and salvage operation can go without harming the environment, an we will focus all the next few days all our energy on surpoting the salvage operation on the ... lead on the investigation to see find out what's happen.

While they formulated a salvage strategy, the striken vessel has became something of tourist attraction here on the Hampashire coast.

All the port of // remain open for businesses, but this is on ship that won't be going anywhere in a hurry. And there's 200-meter exclusion zone around her now to keep other craft away.

Experts say the key to succesful salvage operation is caution and major disastor has been avoided here, and there is no appetite for taking any unnecessary risk now.


This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!

[Homework]2015-01-10 万吨巨轮在英国海岸“被”搁浅 英方将展开调查

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  The waters around it rise and fall, but from the air you can see the ship remains firmly wedged on the sandbank in this oldland. salvage experts fromNetherland are putting together a plan to refloat it, but its cargo of fourteen hundred factory new cars and more than a hundred JCB construction vehicles seen here onboard before the ship ran aground remains inside and may have to be removed first.
   If the cars have moved,then they have considerable problems because there's a lot of weight there, but even more so with the JCBs. If they have moved, then you've got a lot of heavy weight to shift around with fairly primitive salvage equipment to get these things to the right place.
  The fifty-one-thousand-ton car transporter was deliberately grounded on Saturday night by its pilot who feared the entire ship and its crew of twenty-five  were about to sink. It's listing now at a forty-five degree angle, but crucially it's not taking onwater. Five hundred tons of fuel is still on board, and may have to be pumped out rather than rist any of its leaking.
  Our focus next is to ensure that rescue operation and the salvage operation can go without harming the environment. We will focus over the next few days all our energy on
supporting the salvage operation and later on the investigation to see, to find out what has happened.
  While they formulate a salvage strategy, the stricken vessel has become something of a tourist attraction here on the Hampshire coast.
   While the port of Hampshire remains open for business, but this is one ship that won't be going anywhere in a hurry, and there is two-hundred-meter exclusion on and around her now to keep other crafts away.
  Experts say the key to  a successful salvage operation is caution and major disaster has been avoided here, and there is no appetite to take any unnecessary risks now.
                                                   
This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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