A 21-year livestock carrier encountered a fire in its engine room shortly after setting sail from the port of Darwin, Australia.
The ship was en route to Indonesia, carrying a cargo of 3,600 cattle.
Fortunately, the fire was swiftly extinguished, and the ship was anchored just outside the port.
The federal Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) has confirmed that there were no reported injuries among the crew or the animals.
This incident comes after a similar occurrence in May, when another live export ship, transporting 1,600 cattle, experienced significant engine failure shortly after departing from Darwin, resulting in its return to port.