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Thursday October 13, 2016 (3 months ago)

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The Army Corps of Engineers at Taylors Point, Buzzards Bay, was investigating reports early Wednesday night (Oct. 12) that the new Viking Star cruise ship bound for New York City had scraped the underside of the Buzzards Bay Railroad Bridge.The incident was captured on camera by Katie Barlow and posted on Facebook. The scraping sound was distinctive as the ship’s top stack passed beneath the bridgeThe ship with 14 decks had earlier visited Boston. The 750-foot-long vessel, [...]

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