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Ship crewman sustains eye injury, needs medevac

The U.S. Coast Guard said one of its helicopters evacuated a 53-year-old man from the ship Dusseldorf Express after he suffered an eye injury in the North Atlantic

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Woman falls to her death from Galveston ferry

A 42-year-old woman fell to her death from a Galveston, Texas, ferry

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Heavy weather stalls salvage of sunken Lake Huron dredge barge

The Coast Guard reported that efforts to salvage the sunken dredge Arthur J were delayed Monday due to bad weather

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Responders stop fuel leak from Lake Huron dredge, with PHOTOS and VIDEO

The Coast Guard says all of the sunken dredge barge Arthur J's fuel valves and vents have been secured; salvage work starts tomorrow

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Tugboat capsizes, dredge sinks in Lake Huron accident

The Coast Guard is responding to the sinking of a commercial dredge and the capsizing of its tugboat in Lake Huron

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Owner of derelict barge Davy Crockett pleads guilty in pollution case

The owner of an abandoned barge in the Columbia River has admitted to violating the Clean Water Act, resulting in $20M cleanup

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Resolve Marine, Coast Guard removing cargo from grounded vessel in Puerto Rico

Resolve Marine is in the midst of an operation to remove cargo, including hazardous materials, from the grounded vessel Jireh in Puerto Rico

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Coast Guard cutter escorts disabled tug that had been adrift

A Coast Guard cutter safely escorted the tugboat Capt. Hendren, which had suffered a steering casualty near Cordova, Alaska

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Tugboat goes adrift off Alaska after steering casualty

The Oregon-based tugboat Capt. Hendren suffered a steering casualty and went adrift near Cordova, Alaska

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Report: Shell drillship drags anchor, may have beached

The Shell drillship Noble Discoverer dragged anchor and drifted toward shore near Dutch Harbor

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