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Tugboat captain dies a month after vessel struck La. pipeline, burst into flames

The captain of the Shanon E. Settoon has died, one month after receiving burns when the tugboat struck a pipeline in Louisiana

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Carnival Triumph has 20-foot gash after slamming into Army Corps dredge while adrift

After breaking free from its moorings at an Alabama shipyard, Carnival Triumph slammed into an Army Corps of Engineers dredge, carving a 20-foot gash in the cruise ship's stern

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Shipyard worker missing after Carnival Triumph breaks loose at Mobile

The cruise ship Carnival Triumph broke loose from its moorings at a Mobile shipyard, and one shipyard worker is still missing after one was rescued

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AWO reaches agreement with TVIB for towboat auditor training, certification

American Waterways Operators have reached an agreement with Towing Vessel Inspection Bureau in which TVIB will train and certify auditors in the Responsible Carrier Program

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Tugboat runs aground, takes on water near Pascagoula

The towing vessel MV Martha ran aground and took on water near Mississippi's Horn Island Pass

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Tug, barges strike Fla. bridge, damage power and water lines

A tugboat with four barges struck and damaged the Brooks Bridge in Florida

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Three crew injured in Calif. tugboat engine-room fire

An engine-room fire broke out aboard the tugboat Z-Five while it was docked at Alameda, injuring 3 crewmembers

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Tugboat runs aground in Buzzards Bay; gear oil spills after propulsion drive damaged

The tugboat Justice ran aground in Buzzards Bay and a propulsion drive was damaged, resulting in spilled gear oil

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Civil engineers give U.S. inland waterways infrastructure a 'D-minus'

The American Society of Civil Engineers have issued their annual infrastructure report card, in which U.S. inland waterways received a D-minus

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Greek-owned ship runs out of fuel, goes adrift near Puerto Rico

The Puerto Rico Towing & Barge Co.'s tugboats Triton and Honcho towed the Greek-owned ship Global Destiny to port after it ran out of fuel and went adrift near San Juan

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