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Bulgarian Ship Re-floated Off Georgia Coast

June 26, 2007

A Bulgarian freight ship was re-floated two days after it grounded east of the Brunswick (BC) harbor entrance. Three towing vessels from Savannah and Brunswick were contracted by the Coast Guard to assist in the emergency operation, Jacksonville-based First Coast News said. Koznitsa, a vessel owned by Bulgaria's state shipping company Navibulgar, remained anchored for further inspection. It was headed to sea after loading grain products in Brunswick, but ran aground on Saturday. The cause of the incident is being investigated. Source: Novinite


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