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 Osg Independence  (Tug > Pusher Tug)
vor 12 Std von Timsen

Tug and barge disabled off Galveston Island
US Coast Guard response and incident management teams are coordinating with G & H Towing and T & T Marine Salvage to prevent the disabled "OSG Independence" and the barge "OSG 243" from running aground on Galveston Island on Apr 29, 2017. At 2:19 p.m., an agent for the integrated tug and its barge contacted Sector Houston-Galveston watchstanders to report that the tug had separated from the barge in heavy seas off the Galveston Island Pleasure Pier, while dragging both anchors. They worked to connect the emergency tow line, which went under the tug and fouled their starboard propeller. Marine Safety Unit Texas City incident management personnel and the Galveston Police Department were on scene at approximately 3:15 p.m. to monitor the situation and provide public safety on shore. A Station Galveston boat crew provided on scene visibility as well as an Air Station Houston MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew. Shortly after the incident occurred, the crew activated their vessel response plan, which guided response efforts. The tug "Thor" arrived on scene at around 4 p.m. and began providing assistance. The "Thor"’s crew gained control of the adrift barge at 8:45 p.m. and began towing them away from shore. Efforts to assist the "OSG Independence" were joined by the tugs "Deacon", "Captain" and the "Holt T". There wer eno injuries to the crew of six aboard the tug and two people aboard the barge. No pollution has been reported. The barge was empty of cargo. It was previously carrying gasoline and the cargo tanks were filled with inert gas to neutralize danger from residual fumes. The seas were reported to be six to eight feet at the time of the incident and are expected to reach up to 12 feet with 40 knot winds. Video: https://www.dvidshub.net/...

 Sewol  (Passenger Ship > Passenger Ro Ro Cargo Ship)
vor 12 Std von Timsen

Search on deck 4
The team searching the "Sewol" began cutting into the exhibition room that had collapsed into the 4th deck. They hoped to find remains of nine missing passengers there. Cutting up and removing parts of a compartment from the fifth deck that collapsed one floor down was deemed necessary on Apr 30 as removing debris from the ferry’s bow on the fifth deck was not enough to enable the team to carry out the search of the cabin sections on the fourth deck. The process was expected to take up to 4 days. So far, several personal items have been found including a piece of a school uniform with a name tag on it. A 20 meter by 22 meter section of the ship's structure is being cut open with the entire process to take four to five days to complete. Search teams have almost completed checking the fourth deck of the ferry's rear section that can be reached. Workers were also trying to gain access to the gallery in the ship's aft fifth deck section, which was inaccessible to divers. Besides gaining entry to the gallery, the latest work can allow search teams to go into cabin areas on the fourth floor where at least two people still missing had quarters. Since the ship was placed in dry dock earlier this month, workers have failed to find any remains.


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