The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Hollyhock, a 225-foot sea-going buoy tender homeported in Port Huron, Michigan crumpled it’s port stern quarter after colliding it came in contact with the 1004-foot bulk carrier, Mesabi Miner in northern Lake Michigan yesterday.
It seems the Hollyhock was clearing a channel when it encountered heavy ice and was forced to stop. The Mesabi Miner was unable to stop in time according to gCaptain sources.
The Mesabi Miner suffered a puncture in its bow about 4 feet above the waterline however, both the Hollyhock and the Mesabi Miner were able to continue underway.
The following images are via the U.S. Coast Guard:
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