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On 20 April, the handysize bulk carrier M/V Juno carrying a cargo of sugar grounded in the St. Lawrence River after suffering a steering casualty. The grounding caused the vessel to take on water in one of the forward ballast tanks while she backed up shipping traffic on the waterway.
Toronto-based gCaptain follower Ryan Wynott found the Juno at anchor recently and shared the following images with us of the resultant damage to the ship from the incident.
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