ANKARA, Turkey -- A ferry crashed into a Russian cargo ship anchored at Turkey, Monday, injuring at least 40 people.
The ferry Salih Reis hit the Semyon Rudnev, anchored in the Sea of Marmara at the entrance to the Bosporus, the main route for Russian oil exports to the south and east, the Novosti news agency reported.
No Russian sailors were among the several people hospitalized in serious condition.
The Semyon Rudnev was slightly damaged and the ferry was towed back to port in Istanbul.
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