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Cougar Ace

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Visitor_EdF   [Jul 25, 2006 at 04:52 AM]
ICHMOND, BC (May 4, 2005) – Fraser Wharves Ltd. set a new record at Fraser River Port for the greatest number of vehicles discharged from a single ship, when M.V. COUGAR ACE delivered 5,214 automobiles on May 4, 2005.
Visitor_Anon   [Jul 25, 2006 at 02:25 PM]
CNN report: Near the vessel, Coast Guard officers could see a 2-mile oil sheen, though officials said it was difficult to say how much of the ship's 430 metric tons of fuel oil or 112 metric tons of diesel fuel had spilled. The ocean was choppy, with rain squalls and 8- to 10-foot seas reported. (...)
Visitor_AlaskanJohn   [Jul 25, 2006 at 06:23 PM]
Currently there is no understanding of why she began listing in the first place beyond an SOS saying she was taking on water. We'll likely know more soon enough since the entire crew survived in good shape - they are all off the vessel now. Visitor_Sorry, not sure where you're getting your news from, but (a.) the vessel has not yet sunk; and (b.) she is nowhere near the Canadian border. Additional news and photos are available at: www.adn.com and www.ktuu.com.

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