Collision Continues To Block Ohio River

Wednesday, August 11, 1999
Marine traffic on the Ohio River was blocked Tuesday as cleanup efforts continued following the collision of a barge carrying gasoline and a docked barge filled with a plastic-making chemical. The USCG said work crews were making progress unloading the two barges, which joined together in the collision.
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