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Leader of the Pack

first_imgThe Llama Wrangler on Mount LeConte In 1984 LeConte Lodge switched to llamas to reduce trail erosion. Before that, horses and mules had been used for 60 years. Through the lead rope, Householder could feel the rhythm and mood of the llama train. A coal-black llama named Jack was in the lead, followed by Cooper, Jimmy, Bruno, Rueben, Little Deer, and Andy. “They’re anxious to get back to the parking lot,” he said. On the job: Alan Householder leads llamas on Mount Leconte. Photo by Jessica Tezak Householder’s llama packing trip that October day was one of his last. On November 24, the lodge’s last day of the 2020 season, Householder retired as LeConte’s llama wrangler, a job that surpassed his wildest dreams from day one. Just beyond Grotto Falls, Householder placed nylon mesh masks over the llama’s muzzles—not to discourage them from spitting, but to prevent them from chomping on waxy-green plants like rhododendron and mountain laurel that could make them sick. Stream crossings gave the team a chance to drink, and there were several stops along the trail where the llamas took designated potty breaks. It was 5:15 a.m. and pitch dark when Alan Householder parked the livestock trailer at the Trillium Gap trailhead at the foot of Mount LeConte. The autumn leaf change was in full swing in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and by mid-morning, the parking lot would be overflowing. “I took this job because I really like hiking,” he said. “I thought I’d last a couple of years and move on. There were days when it was raining, or I’d be really tired, and it felt like a job. But in the big picture, I always knew it was a great opportunity. I loved having the Trillium Gap Trail as my office.” From black bears sneaking up behind the llamas to having the entire team slide down the mountain after one member slips and falls, Householder has experienced his share of “llama drama.” Householder’s rapport with the llama team rose to a new level in 2014 when he married Chrissy Mann (now Chrissy Householder). They met as crew members at LeConte Lodge. In addition to working as a labor and delivery nurse, Chrissy tends to the llamas’ health needs and accompanies Householder up the mountain whenever she can. “I learned a lot of llama psychology from Chrissy,” Householder said. “Llamas don’t want affection; they want respect. At first I’d bark orders at them, but that was the wrong approach.” Householder and the llama team reached LeConte Lodge—elevation 6,400 feet—at noon. The lodge and kitchen were roped off due to COVID-19, but there were plenty of guests.  “I feel for these guys,” Householder said. “They’ve already made it to the top. For them, going back down is the final insult.”  “The hardest thing for the llamas is working in the summer,” Householder said. “They like it cold.”  Except for a year-long hiatus in 2011 to have knee surgery, Householder, who’s 65, has been leading llamas for LeConte Lodge nonstop since 2002. Three days a week he and the llamas haul perishable foods, clean linens, and mail to the top of Mount LeConte via the Trillium Gap Trail—a nearly 14-mile round-trip hike with an elevation gain of almost 3,400 feet. The trip down the mountain that afternoon posed more challenges than the climb up. The pack saddles were filled with dirty laundry and trash. At each rest stop, the llamas emitted a soft, low-frequency hum reminiscent of Buddhist monks chanting in deep meditation. Householder said this was not a sign of contentment, but of restlessness. A major ingredient in the llama wrangler’s job is the sheer amount of walking. During the lodge’s nine-month season, Householder hiked a total of 1,300 miles. Walking is in Householder’s DNA. He has completed the Appalachian Trail, as well as the Pacific Crest Trail. In 1997 he and guidebook author Allen DeHart became the first to hike the Mountains-to-Sea Trail from Clingmans Dome in the Smokies to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. “Jack is a leader because he doesn’t mind having a person in front of him,” explained Householder. “He’s as laid back as a llama can be.” After 1.3 miles, the llama team reached Grotto Falls, one of the most photographed waterfalls in the Smokies. Every llama hauled between 40 and 60 pounds. Only in muddy sections of the trail did their soft footpads leave any tracks, and the whole procession was eerily quiet as it climbed up the north face of Mount LeConte. And in the winter of 2005-2006 Householder became the first American to complete the 435-mile Australian Alps Walking Trail from Melbourne to Sydney. “Alan has gone above and beyond to see that the lodge gets what it needs, and the llamas get what they need,” says John Northrup, general manager of LeConte Lodge, about Householder. “People think it’s an easy job, just hiking all day with these fuzzy, cute animals. But it tests you in every way.” When dawn broke at 7:15 a.m., Householder and his seven llamas were on their way.  During the descent, Bruno, the third llama in line, kept stalling, which caused the line to bunch up. Patient as always, Householder dropped the lead rope and went up and down the line, feeding each llama a carrot and whispering in each left ear. After several minutes, the team was back underway, this time in perfect formation. “I will miss working with these guys,” he said. “They each have their own personality, and they don’t talk back.” But for now, Householder and his llama team were all alone. Working by headlamp, Householder brushed each llama and cinched their pack saddles. The cargo that day consisted of clean laundry and Styrofoam meal trays bound for LeConte Lodge, which is the highest overnight lodge east of the Mississippi River and only reachable by hiking one of five different trails.last_img read more

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Guatemalan security forces capture gang members carrying improvised bombs

first_imgJust outside of Guatemala City, a man and a woman allegedly carrying improvised explosives were arrested August 27 by investigators from the Department of Crimes against Life, of the Specialized Division of Criminal Investigation. Both suspects were carrying cellphones which had been rigged to donate improvised bombs, as well as instructions on how to make such weapons. By Dialogo November 06, 2014 Conde, 38, is an alleged hitman and leader of the Pequeños Sicarios faction of the Barrio 18 gang. Since 1999, police have arrested him for 11 offenses, including aggravated robbery, death threats, and carrying explosive devices, according to Pablo Castillo, spokesman for the National Civil Police. The PNC suspects that he has carried out multiple attacks in Guatemala City against businesses, delivery trucks, and civilians. Barrio 18 and other gangs, such as Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) often use the threat of improvised bombs to commit extortion against bus drivers, business owners, and individuals. During the arrest, police seized two other cellphones that La Serpiente and Jordan were carrying. The devices held incriminating video and photos of the suspects killing two women the day before they were captured. Gangs use explosives to commit extortion “The authorities cannot allow these criminal groups to have those capabilities because it would be a danger to society,” said Sandino Asturias, director of the Center of Guatemalan Studies. “The authorities are using criminal investigation and specialized systems to dismantle the gang’s structures.” Barrio 18 and other gangs, such as Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) often use the threat of improvised bombs to commit extortion against bus drivers, business owners, and individuals. The arrests of the alleged Barrio 18 members demonstrate that Guatemalan security forces are cracking down on criminal groups which used improvised bombs. The threat of gang members with explosives Just outside of Guatemala City, a man and a woman allegedly carrying improvised explosives were arrested August 27 by investigators from the Department of Crimes against Life, of the Specialized Division of Criminal Investigation. Both suspects were carrying cellphones which had been rigged to donate improvised bombs, as well as instructions on how to make such weapons. The Ministry of Government identified the two suspects as Yesenia Sofía del Águila Hernández, 26, also known as “La Serpiente,” and Luis Alejandro Morataya Sicaja, 23, who also uses the name “Jordan.” They both allegedly belong to the Vatos Locos faction of the Barrio 18 (M-18) gang, which is also known as 18th Street. “The gangs have found extortion is a good mechanism to finance their activities, in particular, the extortion of public transportation,” Asturias said. “The authorities have acted quickly and have dismantled dozens of gangs dedicated to extortion thanks to the good use of intelligence and police investigation.” During the arrest, police seized two other cellphones that La Serpiente and Jordan were carrying. The devices held incriminating video and photos of the suspects killing two women the day before they were captured. “The authorities cannot allow these criminal groups to have those capabilities because it would be a danger to society,” said Sandino Asturias, director of the Center of Guatemalan Studies. “The authorities are using criminal investigation and specialized systems to dismantle the gang’s structures.” A little more than two weeks before that arrest, agents with the Guatemalan National Civil Police (PNC) — in cooperation with the Army’s Citizenry Security and the Maya Task Force — also arrested Denis Aníbal Conde in northwest Guatemala City. During that operation they also seized a backpack filled with eight ounces of explosives, a shotgun, and two cartridges for an anti-aircraft machine gun. The arrests of the alleged Barrio 18 members demonstrate that Guatemalan security forces are cracking down on criminal groups which used improvised bombs. Guatemalan police are cracking down on gang members who use explosive devices to carry out their criminal schemes. In two separate operations, they captured three alleged gang members who were carrying improvised bombs before the weapons could be detonated. The threat of gang members with explosives For example, in July, police agents captured suspected Barrio 18 members Álvaro Elías Xocoy Alvizures, 20, and José Misael Shin Muyuz, 20, for allegedly threatening a shopkeeper with a grenade. The two were arrested less than three weeks after a grenade attack, against a water truck, killed one woman and injured 11 people; police captured four alleged gang members — three minors and one adult — in connection with the attack. A little more than two weeks before that arrest, agents with the Guatemalan National Civil Police (PNC) — in cooperation with the Army’s Citizenry Security and the Maya Task Force — also arrested Denis Aníbal Conde in northwest Guatemala City. During that operation they also seized a backpack filled with eight ounces of explosives, a shotgun, and two cartridges for an anti-aircraft machine gun. Guatemalan police are cracking down on gang members who use explosive devices to carry out their criminal schemes. In two separate operations, they captured three alleged gang members who were carrying improvised bombs before the weapons could be detonated. Conde, 38, is an alleged hitman and leader of the Pequeños Sicarios faction of the Barrio 18 gang. Since 1999, police have arrested him for 11 offenses, including aggravated robbery, death threats, and carrying explosive devices, according to Pablo Castillo, spokesman for the National Civil Police. The PNC suspects that he has carried out multiple attacks in Guatemala City against businesses, delivery trucks, and civilians. The captures of La Serpiente, Jordan, and Conde are just the most recent in a series of successful operations conducted by security forces this year against gang members in possession of explosives. Gangs use explosives to commit extortion The Ministry of Government identified the two suspects as Yesenia Sofía del Águila Hernández, 26, also known as “La Serpiente,” and Luis Alejandro Morataya Sicaja, 23, who also uses the name “Jordan.” They both allegedly belong to the Vatos Locos faction of the Barrio 18 (M-18) gang, which is also known as 18th Street. “The gangs have found extortion is a good mechanism to finance their activities, in particular, the extortion of public transportation,” Asturias said. “The authorities have acted quickly and have dismantled dozens of gangs dedicated to extortion thanks to the good use of intelligence and police investigation.” The captures of La Serpiente, Jordan, and Conde are just the most recent in a series of successful operations conducted by security forces this year against gang members in possession of explosives. For example, in July, police agents captured suspected Barrio 18 members Álvaro Elías Xocoy Alvizures, 20, and José Misael Shin Muyuz, 20, for allegedly threatening a shopkeeper with a grenade. The two were arrested less than three weeks after a grenade attack, against a water truck, killed one woman and injured 11 people; police captured four alleged gang members — three minors and one adult — in connection with the attack.last_img read more

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Nicaragua, Only Central American Country To Support Maduro

first_imgBy Daliana Ocaña / Voice of America December 12, 2019 Following Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele’s decision to expel Venezuelan diplomats from his country, causing a diplomatic crisis, political analysts in Nicaragua view the Daniel Ortega government as increasingly isolated, being the only country in the region to continue to support the Chavista government.Ricardo de León, a Nicaraguan expert in international law, told Voice of America that “all Central American countries, both within the OAS [Organization of American States] and the U.N. [United Nations], have voted in favor of resolutions for Maduro to either call for new elections or recognize the National Assembly. Nicaragua is becoming isolated for being the only [country] that supports the Nicolás Maduro regime.”The analyst also said that newly elected Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei would most likely replicate El Salvador’s measure, leaving Nicaragua as the only country in the region to maintain diplomatic relations with Maduro.Former Nicaraguan diplomat Bosco Matamoros is of the same opinion, and asserts that the situation in Nicaragua shows two tendencies in Central America.“One goes in the direction of democracy, while the other takes an authoritarian turn. Unfortunately, Nicaragua is the only representative of this authoritarian tendency, and it’s the only country in the region to support Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela [and] group known as ALBA [Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America], which has failed to reach any of its goals,” Matamoros said.Strategically speaking, analysts say, Nicaragua is at risk of being isolated and excluded from main regional trends, excluded from multilateral organizations and of indisputably losing markets, which a vulnerable nation like Nicaragua can’t afford.José Pallaís, member of the Nicaraguan nongovernmental organization Civic Alliance, condemned the Sandinista government’s position and warned about the dangers of Nicaragua becoming another Venezuela in Central America.“The Ortega-Murillo government has sided with a government that violates human rights, one that has many similarities with practices that occur in Venezuela as well as in Nicaragua; meaning the restrictions of human rights and liberties, human rights violations, and citizen detentions,” Pallaís told VOA.University and rural leaders also said that the Ortega government’s position sends a warning, in that the government might also replicate Maduro’s radical position of refusing to seek a negotiated exit from power, causing more social and economic turmoil.“What he’s doing is showing the criminal nature of the regime that also exists in Nicaragua, because they share interests and strategies,” said Max Jerez, member of the Nicaraguan University Alliance. “This should send a warning that we might be seeing the Venezuelan strategy being applied in Nicaragua, with Daniel Ortega refusing to negotiate and continuing to cling to power.”For Sandinista lawmaker Luis Barbosa the Nicaraguan government will continue to maintain friendly relations with Venezuela and “sister” nations like Cuba.“Nicaragua will always have good relations with Venezuela, with Cuba, with all those countries that respect our country,” Barbosa said.On several occasions, Ortega has expressed his support for his Cuban and Venezuelan counterparts and condemned international sanctions imposed on these countries by governments such as the United States.last_img read more

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Jacksonville’s Coxe becomes Bar’s president-elect

first_imgJacksonville’s Coxe becomes Bar’s president-elect Jacksonville’s Coxe becomes Bar’s president-elect Jan Pudlow Senior Editor Wearing his trademark bow tie and an impish grin, Major Harding was more like a stand-up comedian than a former justice when he introduced Hank Coxe, Bar president-elect, at the Bar’s Annual Meeting General Assembly.“I came to know Hank shortly after he came to work at the state attorney’s office in Jacksonville in 1973. He had just passed the Florida bar exam and retired from a successful career pumping gas at the Shell Station on St. Johns Avenue in Jacksonville,” Harding said.“One of his regular customers was Ed Austin, who at the time was general counsel of the City of Jacksonville, but had been the state attorney there in the Fourth Circuit. Ed observed the professional manner in which Hank distributed gas. And having passed the bar, Ed thought Hank would be a good prospect at the state attorney’s office.. . . “It is reported that Hank anguished over the possibility of leaving the Shell Station on St. Johns Avenue, but nonetheless he did. Some people think he foresaw the coming of the self-service gas station. And that his future might be more secure with the state attorney’s office.”As the audience erupted in a big laugh, Coxe, with a reputation as a jokester, was turning pink in his seat on the dais from chuckling so hard himself.When Harding became chief judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in 1974, he got to know Assistant State Attorney Hank Coxe, during their monthly meetings of prosecutors, public defenders, bailiffs, and clerks.They became more than chief judge and lawyer; they became friends.“Those of you who know him understand that you just don’t meet Hank and then go to the next thing. He’s a man of immense charm, self-assurance, and wit. He can tell you something you have done wrong, and you think it’s funny rather than tragic,” Harding said.“As further evidence of his charm and wit,” Harding pointed to a list the Jacksonville Times-Union published on the “40 fun people you would like to invite to a Super Bowl party. Hank was the only lawyer listed.”Coxe, of Jacksonville, has served as a member of the Bar Board of Governors, many judicial nominating commissions, chaired both the Bar’s Disciplinary Grievance Committee and the Commission on Lawyer Regulation, and now chairs the Member Outreach Committee. He was president of the Jacksonville Bar Association in 1995.Married to lawyer Mary Cousar, Coxe is a graduate of Washington and Lee law school, and he is the first criminal defense lawyer to become president-elect of The Florida Bar. July 15, 2005 Senior Editor Regular Newslast_img read more

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Societe Generale q3 2020 earnings

first_img– Advertisement – A logo outside a Societe Generale SA bank branch in Paris, France.Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images LONDON — Societe Generale reported a net income of 862 million euros ($ 1.011 billion) for the third quarter on Thursday.Analysts had estimated a net income of 458 million euros for the quarter, according to Refinitiv.This comes after the French bank reported a net loss of 1.26 billion euros for the second quarter of the year due to Covid-related provisions and the reduced value of its trading business.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Shares of Societe Generale are down about 58% year-to-date.This is a breaking news story, please check back later for more.last_img

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Original drawing of Olympic rings sells for 185,000 euros

first_imgAn original drawing of the Olympic rings by the founder of the modern Games, Pierre de Coubertin, has fetched 185,000 euros ($216,302) at auction in Cannes, the auction house said.”The drawing was sold to a Brazilian collector for a price of 185,000 euros plus 27% costs, or 234,950 euros,” Alexandre Debussy, associate director of Cannes Encheres, told French media.Coubertin created the interlocking rings, which are colored blue, yellow, black, green and red on a white field, in 1913. They officially debuted at the 1920 Olympic Games in Antwerp. The Olympic Manifesto, which was written by Coubertin in 1892 and led to the revival of the Olympic Games, sold for over$8 million at an auction in New York City in December last year.  Topics :last_img

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Coffee king sells his Brisbane home in a multi-million dollar deal

first_imgBrisbane coffee king Dean Merlo has finalised the sale of his New Farm home. Picture: Russell Shakespeare.BRISBANE coffee king Dean Merlo has finalised the sale of his New Farm home for $3.2 million.The Merlo Coffee founder’s property in Browne Street recently settled in a deal negotiated by Belle Property New Farm, according to property records.Dean Merlo has sold this house in Browne St, New Farm, for $3.2 million. Picture: realestate.com.auMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours agoThe four-bedroom, three-bathroom house is on an elevated, 810 sqm block, offering panoramic city views.The home features wraparound verandas, a huge back deck, spa, wine cellar and a private rooftop retreat with ensuite and walk-in robe.Dean Merlo has sold this house in Browne St, New Farm, for $3.2 million. Picture: realestate.com.auRecords show the home was bought by Lee Spizzirri.Mr Spizzirri meanwhile is selling his multi-million dollar home on Alexandra Rd in Clayfield.last_img read more

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Honey Badger cracks the whip in Queensland home sale

first_imgBig brother cracks the whip. Honey Badger predicts “this will disappear faster than a fart in a hurricane”. The Honey Badger literally cracking the whip as big brother. Picture: Realestate.com.auFormer Bachelor Nick Cummins — aka The Honey Badger and still a bachelor — has photobombed a house sale and literally cracked the whip on a real estate agent’s behind.The rugby union star, who has a cult following for his Australiana take on life — even writing a book called The Honey Badger Guide to Life — also predicted the Queensland property would “disappear faster than a fart in a hurricane”.The photobombing and whipcracking was all in good spirit, and consensual — the property belongs to his younger sister Alicia, who was thrilled he wanted to help in his own way.“He kind of does anything for his family, that’s just the kind of person he is. He’s a very good big brother,” Ms Cummins told The Courier-Mail. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON TWITTER MORE: Cooper Cronk tests the market For sale: Australia’s worst house The home has three spacious bedrooms. Jumping in, ball and all. Polished wood floors are all the rage.Ms Cummins’ house has an airconditioned downstairs utility area, perfect for the home office or mancave, and was listed on realestate.com.au with a tandem auto garage with workshop space, off street parking for a trailer, a 10,000 litre water tank, recently painted inside and out and an underground lawn irrigation in the backyard.On another tangent, Honey Badger “is the best Big Brother”? Sounds like a TV show. “We’re selling our house and we said to him do you think you could help us? We’ve had the house for about eight years. It was the first home we’d purchased. We renovated it and have had two babies born into this house.”Cracking the whip was The Honey Badger’s idea — of course.The rugby star is in the background of a promo video, diving into the pool after kicking his ball into it, before he pulls out classic Honey Badgerese with the “disappear faster than a fart in a hurricane”. He also cracks a whip near the agent before flicking a cheeky one on his behind as he walks away.Ms Cummins said “that was my brother’s idea. He (the agent) said it was all fine but I think it hurt. He was putting on a brave face though”.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours ago A cheeky parting shot, consensual of course.The real estate agent in question Jack Dangerfield of Harcourts Solutions, a mate, was more than pleased to be the butt of the joke.“I’m mates with these guys and I love my rugby,” was his first response. “I thought, you know what he’s a really good bloke, why not?”“When we had the cyclone warning last week, I thought this could go quite well.”“We had one open home on Saturday with 15 groups through and more enquiry through this week. Most properties sell on second inspection, and we’ve got a few that are coming back so we’ll see.” 29 Menangle Avenue, Arana Hills, Qld is for sale by private treaty. Cowboy’s home snapped up amid rental squeeze The pool where you can bet Uncle Nick spent a bit of time.The three bedroom, single bathroom, double car garage house is at 29 Menangle Avenue, Arana Hills, just 12km north of the Brisbane CBD on a 607sq m block.No price has been set, with the property for sale by private treaty.“It’s just time for us to move on,” Ms Cummins said. “We’re not sure where our next adventure will lead us. We’re just going to roll with the punches.”The Arana Hills area has become a magnet for young families and couples, Mr Dangerfield said: “Usually first home buyers in their 20s or 30s is the target market”.“It’s only 12km from the city, near the train line and you’re paying half the price than if you’re buying in Ashgrove or something like that. You can get a three bedroom home in Arana Hills for a good price and not break the bank.” Not bad form.last_img read more

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TOTE Teams Up with MAN to Retrofit 2 Orca Ships to LNG

first_imgTOTE Maritime Alaska, a daughter company of American marine transportation group TOTE, recently contracted MAN PrimeServ, a division of MAN Diesel & Turbo, to convert two roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) ships to dual-fuel operation on liquefied natural gas (LNG). The two 65,314 gross ton vessels, North Star and Midnight Sun, are currently powered by 4 × MAN 58/64 engines and will be retrofitted to MAN 58/64 retrofit units.The contract – signed in April 2017 and announced during the High Horsepower (HHP) Summit held in Jacksonville this week – covers the design, development and testing of a first-of-its-kind dual-fuel kit, which will serve as a foundation for the largest LNG conversion in North America, according to a joint statement.As explained, a key influence in TOTE’s decision to retrofit the vessels to LNG is to significantly reduce the most harmful emissions that result from burning diesel.“TOTE Maritime Alaska is … to convert its fleet to LNG power which will result in a significant reduction in air emissions including particulate matter, sulphur oxide (SOx) and nitrogen oxide (NOx),” Michael Noone, President of TOTE Maritime Alaska, commented.“We have been investigating and testing many options for shifting the fleet to LNG. The conversion of the existing engines is the most reliable and beneficial solution,” Peter Keller, Executive Vice President of TOTE, said, adding that the move comes ahead of the IMO sulphur cap in 2020.Both the North Star and Midnight Sun operate routes between Anchorage, Alaska and Tacoma, Washington. The two Orca class ships were originally constructed by NASSCO, part of the General Dynamics Corporation, at its San Diego yard and commissioned in 2003.last_img read more

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LPG Tanker’s Chief Engineer Injured in Boarding Incident off Singapore

first_imgThe Chief Engineer aboard the LPG tanker Maregas was assaulted and sustained injuries in a boarding incident off Singapore.According to data provided by Asian piracy watchdog ReCAAP ISC, the crewmember sustained injuries to his face and hands after three perpetrators confronted him and forcibly took his gold chain using a wooden pole.The incident occurred on September 19, while the LPG tanker was sailing in the Singapore Strait.The perpetrators made their escape when the alarm was raised. Crew was mustered to conduct security search after the perpetrators made their escape. ReCAAP informed that the remaining crewmembers are safe and no further injuries were reported.Maregas’ Master informed Singapore Vessel Traffic Information System of the incident via VHF. Master raised alarm upon the report from the Chief Engineer. Crew was mustered to conduct security search after the perpetrators made their escape.Singapore Police Coast Guard boarded the ship upon its arrival in Singapore for security search and investigation.last_img read more

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