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Police dealing with ‘ongoing incident’ on oil tanker

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Police dealing with ‘ongoing incident’ on oil tanker

Police dealing with ‘ongoing incident’ on oil tanker

Police and coastguard officers are dealing with an ongoing incident after stowaways were found on an oil tanker off the Isle of Wight coast.

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