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Your Pictures: MSC Napoli

People observing the MSC rescue operation

People gathered to watch the ongoing rescue operation in this photograph by Richard Watson.

Image sent in by Steve Beck

Steve Beck took this photo of MSC Napoli, Tuesday morning, from near Beer Head.

View of MSC Napoli from Branscombe beach

This view of MSC Napoli was taken from Branscombe beach by Roger White.

MSC Napoli

As the stricken ship founders, the large crack in its side becomes visible above the vessel's waterline, as seen in this picture submitted by Nicola Colborne.

Police command post

Julie Higginbottam from Taunton's picture shows a police command post set up on shore.

Container showing damaged cars

Steve Brien took this picture of one of the containers washed-up on shore which shows the damage to its cargo of cars.

Photo submitted by Chris Stevens

Chris Stevens: "Fences were brought in to help control Branscombe Beach. People were clambering into half-submerged containers to search for valuables...

Photo submitted by Chris Stevens

...Police have had to resort to focing open looters' cars, which have brought many of the backlanes around Branscombe to a stand still."

Barrels on beach

Alongside the container crates, dozens of wooden barrels also washed ashore. Picture by Ian Pain

A lone man rolls a barrell up from Branscombe Beach. Photo by David Fothergill

David Fothegill: "It's a very long coast path when you're rolling a barrell!"

Photo taken and sent in by David Fothergill

David Fothergill also sent this picture of young men taking car parts from the beach, made to take the coastal path with two miles still to go.

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