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A fire of unknown cause broke out this morning on a sailing boat docked in the port of Karystos, with four foreigners on board.

 

The fire was brought under control by a fire brigade, while the passengers were picked up by an EKAB ambulance and taken to Karystos General Hospital, where they remain hospitalized.

 

Preliminary investigation is carried out by the Karystos Port Authority, while no marine pollution was observed since the incident.

 

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