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Mississippi River closed after barge damages Granite City lock

The Mississippi River was closed for about 24 hours after a barge struck and damaged Lock No. 27 near Granite City

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Towboat captain lost overboard on Mississippi River near Memphis

The captain of a towboat was missing in the Mississippi River near Memphis and investigators said he possibly was not wearing his life vest

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Research ship sinks in Gulf of Mexico; all 12 crew rescued

The Coast Guard rescued all 12 crewmembers who had abandoned the capsized 170-foot research ship Seaprobe, which sank in the Gulf of Mexico

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Two tanker crewmen severely injured in accident involving split cable

Two crewmen aboard the tanker Energy Conqueror were severely injured when a cable split, and they needed a U.S. Coast Guard medevac southwest of San Diego

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Report: Portland fireboat sailing at 14 knots when it struck charted shipwreck

The Portland Press Herald newspaper reported that the Portland fireboat that struck a shipwreck in 2011 was sailing at 14 knots through the shallow area

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Towboat, barges strike bridge pier on Tennessee River

The towboat Gladys Ford and its barges struck a bridge pier in the Tennessee River at Ledbetter, Ky.

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Coast Guard asks San Francisco harbor safety committee to review Critical Maneuvering Areas

In the wake of Overseas Reymar's accident at the Bay Bridge, the Coast Guard has asked the Harbor Safety Committee to review Critical Maneuvering Areas

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Coast Guard, NTSB to convene formal hearing on fatal Bounty sinking

The U.S. Coast Guard and National Transportation Safety Board will hold a formal hearing into the deadly sinking of the tall ship Bounty during Hurricane Sandy

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Sekimizu: Industry should set goal to halve deaths at sea

The International Maritime Organization's secretary-general said the industry should set goals to cut the number of lives lost at sea in half and to eradicate piracy

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NTSB to lead Seastreak crash probe, sends team to NYC

The National Transportation Safety Board is sending an investigative team and will lead the probe of the Seastreak Wall Street's crash that injured 57 people

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