FOREIGN: SHIP TOPPLES, INJURE 25 IN SCOTLAND
Twenty-five people were injured when a ship came off its holding and tipped on its side in a dry dock in Leith, Scotland, the Scottish Ambulance Service said, with 15 taken to hospital.
Pictures posted on Twitter showed a large ship propped up against the wall of a dry dock. A local councilor posting on the social media site said strong winds had caused the incident.
Scottish medical authorities at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, which received 11 patients, urged people not to attend its accident and emergency department as it would be busy dealing with the victims of the incident.
Five ambulances, an air ambulance, three trauma teams and other specialist responders had earlier attended the scene after the accident occured.