Phosphate Freighter Gets Unstuck in Tampa Bay

Wednesday, January 05, 2011

According to a report from the St. Petersburg Times, A 575-ft ship filled with fertilizer was stuck all day Jan. 3 in Hillsborough Bay was freed early the next day and made its way to the Port of Tampa.

(Source: St. Petersburg Times)

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