Overseas Network January 7th According to Japanese NHK TV, recently, a luxury passenger liner in Japan crashed out of a port in Guam and hit the shore. The captain of the passenger ship was subsequently detected alcohol content. Excessive.
The name of the passenger ship is called Nippon Maru, which is part of the Japanese merchant ship Mitsui. On the evening of December 30, 2018, when the Japanese pill drove out of a port in Guam, it hit the wall on the shore and there were damages at two places behind the ship. The walls on the shore were also damaged.
According to the Merchant Marine Mitsui Company, there were 372 passengers on board and more than 600 crew members. No one was hurt. Four or five hours after the accident, the captain of the cruise ship was inspected locally, and his alcohol content exceeded the standard according to the Japanese crew law.
The captain said: I am trying to stabilize my mood and drink alcohol after the accident. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism is investigating the details of the matter.
It is reported that the total number of tons of Japanese pill is 22,400 tons, making it one of the few luxury passenger ships in Japan. Japan Maru originally planned to depart from Yokohama on December 26, 2018, pass through Guam and Saipan, and then return to Yokohama on January 3, 2019. The accident had to cancel the voyage and allow the guests to return home by plane.
Japan Airlines is also a frequent drunk driving event.
In December 2018, a Japanese aviation sister was exposed to drinking alcohol during the flight and drank a bottle of 170 ml of champagne. In October 2018, a JAL pilot was also smelled of alcohol before taking off at Heathrow Airport in London, and was found to have exceeded the alcohol content. JAL has frequently exposed the drinking scandal, and has been requested by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism to carry out business rectification.