• Ashore in Britain threw a giant pipe

  • On the East coast of the UK in the County of Norfolk discovered two giant plastic tube. Length of products can reach one hundred meters, diameter two. Authorities said that the pipes are intended for the major project in Algeria, and in the sea were once disconnected from the main cargo during transport.

    On the East coast of the UK in the County of Norfolk discovered two giant plastic tube. Video from the event published the Euronews TV channel.

    Length of products can reach one hundred meters, diameter two. Authorities said that the pipes are intended for the major project in Algeria, and in the sea were once disconnected from the main load during transport.

    Tubes are not dangerous to people and the environment, reports the East Anglian Daily Times. Soon lost equipment will be towed back to the manufacturer in Norway.

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