Fuel Tanker Caught Fire: 14 Crew Survived, 2 Bodies Found, 1 Crew Missing

A search and rescue team on Monday found two bodies of crews of fuel Shipping Tanker MT Kristin from the ship wreckage in the water in Indonesia's West Nusa Tenggara.

The tanker caught on fire on Sunday afternoon in Ampenan Water, West Nusa Tenggara when approaching the anchorage. The ship was shipping 5.900-kilo-liter fuel to West Nusa Tenggara from Java when it caught on fire. 14 crews survived, two bodies were found and one crew is still reported missing.

The tanker is owned by a private company and rented by a subsidiary firm of Indonesia's state-run oil and gas company Pertamina.