One of the crew members injured during a major fire on a tanker in India has died in hospital.
MT Genessa caught fire while anchored at Kandla port Anchorage, Western India.
Two of the 26 crew members suffered serious burns with one losing his life on Thursday evening.
The tanker is said to be loaded with 30,000 tons of diesel fuel.
The Gurajat Defence Ministry said water sampling of the ocean shows no sign of oil spilling.
The event follows the recent collision between two vessels in China resulting in the largest oil slick since 1991.