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Speedboats with 16 passengers collided openly in Palea Fokea

Speedboats with 16 passengers collided openly in Palea Fokea

One slightly injured is the report of the collision of two speedboats boats in the sea area Thymari, in Old Phocaea.

The circumstances under which the two boats collided in Palea Fokea have not been clarified yet.

A total of 16 people were on the speedboats. The injured passenger is not seriously but is being transported by ambulance to a hospital on duty.

The other 15 came ashore.

The article Speedboats with 16 passengers collided openly in Palea Fokea published in NewsIT .

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