A cargo ship which grounded off the New Zealand three months ago has been torn in two by a storm. Sea containers and debris were spilled into the sea, raising concern a fresh oil spill could wash ashore. Clean-up teams are on standby in case the remaining oil onboard leaks out. Hundreds of tonnes of oil first gushed into the sea when the ship hit a reef in October, devastating wildlife in the area, in what's been described as New Zealand's worst maritime disaster.
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