A Cargo Ship in Newark, New Jersey, has been burning for three days, raising concerns about the Response Capability of fire crews in emergencies on container ships. The fire has claimed the lives of two firefighters and injured five others. The ship, the Grande Costa d’Avorio, was carrying over 1,200 vehicles bound for West Africa. The cause of the fire is unknown, and investigations will be conducted by both the Grimaldi Group and the authorities. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will also investigate, with the Coast Guard taking the lead.
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