Archive of: Sinkings & Capsizings

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Four rescued as landing craft sinks in California

Salvage crews are assessing the World War II-era vessel in the Sacramento River

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Sunken BC tug lifted from rocks, loaded on barge

Sunken BC tug lifted from rocks, loaded on barge

Nathan E. Stewart, aground for 32 days, spilled 26,000 gallons of fuel

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Crew of sunken tugboat declined tow off BC rocks

Crew of sunken tugboat declined tow off BC rocks

The officer in charge asserted that Nathan E. Stewart was in no danger of sinking

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Trudeau announces $1.5 billion oil spill plan in wake of tug grounding

Trudeau announces $1.5 billion oil spill plan in wake of tug grounding

The Canadian leader calls the Nathan E. Stewart incident 'unacceptable'

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Barge sinks in BC near site of tugboat grounding

The barge's cargo of sand and gravel shifted during transit of the Inside Passage

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Dry dock sinks while being towed off California

The tug Ocean Ranger is forced to detach after the 528-foot dock takes on water

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Tug grounding leads to new guidelines for BC pilots

The master will have to be present for transits of nine key areas

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Official cites communication problems with tug after BC grounding

Official cites communication problems with tug after BC grounding

The head of the Canadian Coast Guard also cites 'difficult work' laying boom

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Fuel from sunken tug raises fears of environmental damage in BC

Fuel from sunken tug raises fears of environmental damage in BC

Nathan E. Stewart reportedly had up to 50,000 gallons in its tanks

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Report: Downstreaming in swift current led to fatal sinking of towboat

Report: Downstreaming in swift current led to fatal sinking of towboat

A deck hand died when Miss Natalie capsized on the Lower Mississippi River

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