Tugs Move Grounded Freighter in Great Lakes

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

According to a report from the Associated Press, on Dec. 26, seven tugboats succeeded in moving a 579-ft coal-hauling Great Lakes freighter that was grounded for two days in the Detroit River south of Detroit. The McKee Sons ran aground Dec. 24 near Grosse Ile while trying to dock at a DTE Energy Co. electrical power station.

(Source: AP)

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