Cofferdam Around Beached Barge on the Columbia

Thursday, April 21, 2011

According to a report from The Columbian, contractors have finished building a cofferdam around the beached and broken Davy Crockett, the U.S. Coast Guard announced. Workers can now dismantle the 431-ft vessel which is beached on the north bank of the Columbia River between Vancouver and Camas, Wash.

(Source: The Columbian)
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