Efforts to free stuck freighter in Detroit River suspended
Tug boats try to pull the 579-foot freighter McKee Sons free after it ran aground in the Detroit River south of Detroit, Friday, Dec.
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#1 Dec 26, 2010
They figured they needed 10,000 SHP to move it off the rocks. They thought they had enough with all the tugs Saturday, but it would not budge. Then they gave up until two more tugs can be recruited.
Maybe they could just offload a few tons of coal.
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