On Sunday 24 May 2020, the container vessel APL England experienced a temporary loss of propulsion during heavy seas.
During the event 40 containers were reportedly lost overboard in the vicinity of position Lat 34°19.56’S, Long 151° 55.13’E.
Containers and debris have been sighted along the NSW coast between Port Kembla and Port Stephens.
Mariners should navigate with caution.

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