Thinking only of his adoring and faithful readers, this intrepid reporter, at great risk to himself, made another trip down the hill to Paignton beach to bring you the latest news on the Russian timber freighter.
During the day efforts had been made to offload some of the timber that it was carrying. Unfortunately this resulted only in the vessel listing even more dangerously to port. The ship is now in some trouble with 75mph+ winds forecast for latter this evening.
After exchanging comradely banter with the Sky News reporter and his satellite transmission crew ("Brian Elliott, RIB.NET News,-yo blood, hows it hanging") I took a few more photos and retired to the Editorial Office.
Unfortunately, due to the meaness and shortsightedness of THE EDITOR IN CHIEF, and her views on shocking prices of GOOD digicams, the low-spec equipment with which I am forced to works means the results are not deemed worthy of posting here.
However, never fear Dear Reader, I will venture bravely out at dawn and report on the ship again (if it's still afloat!).