U.S. cargo ship remains stuck in St. Mary's River

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In this photo provided by the U.S. Coast Guard, the merchant vessel Calumet sits aground in shallow water outside of the channel on St. Marys River, which runs between the U.S. and Canada along Michigan's eastern Upper Peninsula, southeast of Sault Ste.

The 19,600 dwt self-unloading bulker Calumet, departed Essar Steel in Sault Ste.

Bulk carrier CALUMET ran aground at 2340 LT Aug 9 on St. Marys River in the USA zone at Sault Ste.

According to the U.S. Coast Guard, there are no signs of pollution coming from the stable, grounded vessel. It runs between the USA and Canada along the eastern Upper Peninsula.

Contracted divers conducted an initial assessment of the vessel's stern and determined that it is structurally sound.

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The coast guard placed a protective boom around the ship as a precautionary measure, Lieutenant Junior Grade Sean Murphy said.

The owner of the ship, Grand River Navigation, is finalizing a salvage plan and will present it to the Coast Guard for approval later today.

An investigating officer and safety officer from the Coast Guard are on board the Calumet. The Coast Guard Cutter Biscayne Bay is scheduled to arrive on scene Friday afternoon to provide support.

The cause is under investigation.

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