DUBAI, May 8 (Xinhua) -- Dubai Ports (DP) World said here on Monday in an e-mailed statement that a crane "incident" on Thursday at Jebel Ali Port in Dubai injured 10 people.
The statement said a container vessel of French shipping company CMA CGM collided with a harbor wall striking the leg of a quay crane, causing it to fall. The accident resulted in one moderate and nine minor injuries, it added.
An investigation was launched.
Jebel Ali Port, located in the south-west of the Gulf Arab emirate, is the largest man-made port in the world.
DP World operates 70 commercial terminals across six continents. The incident did not affect its share price, which gained 0.23 percent on Nasdaq Dubai in late Monday trading.
CMA CGM is an international shipping company and operates a fleet of 428 ships with capacity of 1,556,000 TEU (twenty-foot equivalent unit) on 170 shipping routes, according to the firm's website.