Investigators Inspect Damaged Boat

Thursday, May 04, 2006
According to the Miami Herald, Coast Guard investigators were looking into what caused a 222-ft. boat to hit the seawall on the south side of the Port of Miami on Tuesday. The boat named Hybur Star headed out of the Miami River. It struck a seawall as it approached Watson Island. The ship was registered in Panama. It was unclear where it was headed. Coast Guard officials conducted drug and alcohol tests on crew members. Source: Miami Herald
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