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Iranian rescuers save crewmembers of Bangladeshi vessel after shipwreck 

An Iranian rescue boat saved 21 crew members of a foreign ship off the Sea of Oman following a reported shipwreck.

The rescue operation was carried out after authorities in Department General of Ports and Maritime Administration of the southern Iranian province of Hormozgan reported an incident to the Marine Control Tower.

The foreign ship was a Sri Lankan-flagged oil tanker that was sinking 30 miles from Jask, in Sothern Iran.

Five people needed treatment which they received from Jask emergency ward. They are now well.

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