Two cargo ships collided, one British and one Danish. One ship was upside-down in the Danes. 

Swedish media reports that two cargo vessels collided in Baltic Sea between Bornholm (Denmark) and Ystad (Sweden), Monday’s Swedish Maritime Administration reporting.

According to Sweden’s SVT, one ship was registered in Denmark and the other, it was British.

“One of them is upside-down.” Jonas Franzen, spokesperson for the Swedish Maritime Administration, said that they don’t know how this happened.

Franzen stated that at least two people were aboard the Danish ship.

SVT stated that a large rescue operation was in progress.

Swedish news agency TT reported that a Swedish coastguard spokesperson stated that the vessel was each 90 meters long while the other was 55 meters.