Divers survey Intrepid's hull for damage (AP)
Populux | November 15, 2006 at 09:36 amby
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NEW YORK - Navy divers probed the murky Hudson River on Tuesday to figure out how to free the USS Intrepid from the mud that has stranded the World War II ship at its Manhattan pier. The six divers, who could barely see more than 2 feet through the dark water, also were surveying the aircraft carrier's hull for any damage from last week's aborted attempt to tug the ship, now a museum, to New Jersey for renovation. Crews are working around the clock to remove the mud, including digging a 35-foot ...
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