Unified Command oversees fuel and oil removal from grounded F/V Sea Angels with possible presence of unexploded military ordnance nearby

The Unified Command is overseeing lightering operations to remove the fuel from aboard the grounded fishing vessel Sea Angels, which are being completed by a contractor hired by the vessel owner, Wednesday afternoon. Operations are expected to continue over the next several days to remove all fuel and other oil from the fishing vessel, which ran aground near Browns Inlet, North Carolina, on Dec. 9, 2019. >click to read< 07:19

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One Response to Unified Command oversees fuel and oil removal from grounded F/V Sea Angels with possible presence of unexploded military ordnance nearby

  1. David says:

    TypicAl of one sided government
    want to step in and do all kind of things everything but help instead of helping remove the stranded vessel a month ago now they’re going to come in and try to tear it apart and disassemble all efforts people have put in it it is wrong for the government to do that

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