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At low speed, Ever Given climbs north, before resuming its route to its final destination, Rotterdam (Netherlands). At dawn on Monday March 29, the ship began to move. The propeller and rudder had just been released, but the bow was still stuck in the sand. It took all the power of the tugs, sent as reinforcements, to pull the boat from the bank. The investigation into the causes of the accident has only just begun, and the Egyptian authorities are not ruling out any hypotheses. “Big accidents always happen for several reasons combined. It can be a technical and human error.”said Osama Rabie, head of the Egyptian Suez Canal Authority. The Suez Canal is once again open to maritime traffic. Three or four days will be necessary to absorb the immense traffic jam.
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