Twelve crew rescued from cargo ship adrift in huge seas off Norway

Four crew jump off stern as Dutch ship listed dangerously, while remaining eight airlifted off deck

A Dutch cargo ship is adrift in the Norwegian Sea after all of its crew members were airlifted, with some having to jump into the rough waters to be rescued.

The Eemslift Hendrika, which was carrying several smaller boats from Bremerhaven in Germany to Kolvereid in Norway, made a distress call Monday, reporting a heavy list after stormy weather displaced some of its cargo.

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