Nuclear submarine commander admits hazarding ship after collision

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Justin Codd was in charge of HMS Ambush when it hit merchant vessel off Gibraltar

A submarine commander has pleaded guilty to hazarding a ship after the nuclear submarine he was in charge of collided with a merchant vessel.

Commander Justin Codd, 45, of UK Maritime Battle Staff, entered his plea at a court martial hearing at Portsmouth naval base and will be sentenced later.

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