USCG Photo: Barge Remains after Tug Sinks

Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Kodiak, Alaska - A Coast Guard Air Station HC-130 Hercules airplane crew conducted an overflight June 27, 2011, of a barge that was being towed by the tug Aries. The tug Aries had four crew aboard when it started taking on water 109 miles east of St. Paul Island June 26, 2011, and sank shortly afterward. U.S. Coast Guard photo courtesy of Air Station Kodiak.
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