Bulker Gets Bow Repairs In Toledo

Wednesday, April 26, 2000
The U.S.-flagged bulker J.A.W. Iglehart is tied up in front of the shipyard dry-docks in Toledo, Ohio, undergoing bow repairs caused by a recent grounding in Detroit. The 12,589 dwt bulker went aground off its dock at Detroit on April 18 and was subsequently refloated and moved to the Belle Isle anchorage. It then grounded for a second time on April 19 while heading to the Southdown Cement Dock. Tugs refloated the J.A.W. Iglehart on April 20 and its cargo was lightered to the cement carrier English River.

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