Sightseeing vessel runs aground in Alaskan bay, 76 rescued

Chicago Tribune
Seventy-six people were rescued on Sunday after a sightseeing vessel ran aground in Alaska’s Glacier Bay and began filling with water.None of the passengers and crew members aboard the 79-foot Baranof Wind was seriously hurt, though some minor injuries were reported. It was stabilized after the accident, and there were no immediate signs of spills or other pollution, Mosley said. The boat’s owner was arranging to tow the vessel into port, he said. The accident was reported to the Coast Guard a

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Costa Concordia removal delayed

MiamiHerald.com
hsampson@MiamiHerald.com. Removal of the Costa Concordia shipwreck, originally scheduled for completion by January of 2013, will be delayed until spring. The consortium hired to refloat and remove the wreck from the waters off the coast of Italy told the Osservatorio, the entity supervising the operations, about the new timeline this week. Pompano Beach-based Titan Salvage and Italian marine firm Micoperi were contracted for the project.

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