Coast Guard Responds to Freighter Aground

Friday, August 15, 2008

Coast Guard Sector personnel are responding to a St. Vincent and Grenadines flagged cargo freighter aground at the entrance of Government Cut in Wednesday.
The 279 ft. cargo freighter, Atlantic Intrepid, was transiting Government Cut en route to , when it reportedly suffered a steering casualty and ran aground. 
There are no reports of any injuries or pollution at this time. 
Mariners transiting the area are requested to keep a sharp lookout and pass with a minimum wake.

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