Cement Barge Washes Ashore in Oak Bay

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

A Jan. 1, Vancouver Sun report stated that a 197 ft barge went aground in Oak Bay on New Year’s morning. The barge grounded in the waves of Enterprise Channel, the narrow body of water between Trial Island and Oak Bay.

(Source: Vancouver Sun)

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