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B. 2016-05-11 46 people abandon ship during Great Barrier Reef fire Great Barrier Reef, Queensland
2. 2010-04-04 Ship aground near Great Reef off course Great Barrier Reef, Queensland
3. 2010-04-03 Alert over oil leak on Great Barrier Reef Great Barrier Reef, Queensland
2007-04-19 'Ghost yacht' found Queensland

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May.11
  Police say all 46 people aboard a tourist catamaran have been rescued after the vessel caught fire. 19 of those rescued were taken to hospitals


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Apr.4
  A Chinese-registered Shen Neng 1 that ran aground more than 17 miles off course when it ended up on a shoal in the Great Barrier Reef

Apr.3
  The Shen Neng I, a Chinese ship, has run aground off north-eastern Australia, sparking an alert of an oil leak into the Great Barrier Reef


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Mar.13 Australia declares oil spill disaster
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  The Pacific Adventurer sustained damage when Cyclone Hamish struck the waters. The ship lost 30 of its 50 containers of ammonium nitrate


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Apr.19 'Ghost yacht' found
  Emergency services have launched a search for the 3-man crew of a yacht found drifting off the North Queensland coast


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