In Canada broke from its moorings two barges the size of a football field
Two barges, each the size of a football field, broke from its moorings and damaged several facilities at the canadian port of Vancouver.
The incident occurred about 5 a.m. when two linked barges carrying shipping containers, fell from the pier and began to drift in the port of Vancouver. They damaged the base of the seaplanes, a restaurant and two expensive yachts in the harbour. Total losses amounted to about $ 1 million.
Using the two local tugs, two service vessels and a police boat the police for three hours managed to pull the barge to the mooring and moor.
Now started the investigation of the incident, established companies that own barges.
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