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Published On: Wed, Aug 10th, 2016

A surreal view of the Scottish Beach

Weighing more than 17 thousand tonnes. Powerful storm broke up with a tug and hit the coast of the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. Fortunately, she was abandoned and transported to the scrap yard.

However, ran aground a heap of iron poses a serious threat, because still there is a 280 tons of oil, that could contaminate Beach Dalmore and its surroundings, so the coast guard asking residents and tourists about sticking to her from afar.

Hebrides Islands of Scotland is one of the most seas regions in Europe. When you go the deepest than wind can reach there in the gusts of more than 150 kilometers per hour, and the waves are the height of even a dozen feet away.