- Search suspended for 8 missing crew members of a ship
- 25 crew members airlifted after car carrier runs aground off southern England's coast
The search for the crew was suspended Sunday night with no sign of them, the Maritime & Coastguard Agency said. A search operation that included a helicopter, coast guard rescue teams and a fixed-wing aircraft was unsuccessful, the agency said.
The coast guard in Shetland was notified at 2:30 p.m. that the hull of the Cemfjord was found 11 miles east of Pentland Skerries, the RNLI said.
Photographs showed the vessel in a vertical position, one end jutting from the water.
Meanwhile, 25 crew members were airlifted from a boat that ran aground off the coast of southern England, below Southampton, the Maritime & Coastguard Agency reported.
Helicopters lifted the crew from the car carrier, which listed dramatically to one side.
The ship ran aground on Bramble Bank near the Isle of Wight.