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Oct 24 Reuters - A fire broke out on Saturday on containers on a cargo ship carrying mining chemicals off British Columbia, and the Canadian Coast Guard said it is working with the U. Coast Guard to assess the situation, including environmental hazards.

Sixteen crew members have been evacuated from the MV Zim Kingston, while five remained onboard to fight the fire, the Canadian Coast Guard said in a statement on Saturday. The fire "appears to have been contained," and a salvage and fire extinguishing agency have been roped in to ensure the safe return of the vessel's crew, Danaos said.

Ten containers were currently burning, the coast guard had earlier said, adding that the fire continued to spread but the ship itself was not on fire. Fire cascades down from the deck of the container ship ZIM Kingston into the waters off the coast of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, October 23, , as seen through a pair of binoculars, in this image obtained via social media.

Meanwhile, the agency said it was working with its U. Currently there is no safety risk to people on shore, however the situation will continue to be monitored," the agency said. Video obtained by Reuters showed fire cascading down from the deck of the ship into the water. The ship and containers are very close to Victoria, BC, and a big storm is forecast to hit tonight.

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British Columbia beach tonight

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