Golden Ray Wreck Removal Returns to Stubborn ‘Section Seven’ as Operation Drags On

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    If you want to know how bad the Ever Given situation in the Suez Canal could have got, look no further than the MV Golden Ray in the United States.

    The car carrier had some 4,200 vehicles on board when it lost stability near the Port of Brunswick in September 8, 2019 and it remains overturned on a sandbar in St. Simons Sound, Georgia, where crews continue work to cut up and remove the wreck section by section.

    In the latest update from incident command, crews have returned to tackle the cutting of “Section Seven” which they had previously abandoned to work on another section of the wreck.

    Read more by visiting gCaptain.

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