The National Transportation Safety Board issued Marine Accident Brief 21/23 Tuesday for its investigation of the Nov. 14, 2020, accident involving the towing vessel Island Lookout and the Centerville Turnpike Bridge near Chesapeake, Virginia.
The United States Coast Guard and National Transportation Safety Board continue to investigate the sinking of the commercial fishing vessel Emmy Rose.
Failure of a diesel generator caused an engine room fire aboard a commercial fishing vessel in the Gulf of Mexico, according to the National Transportation Safety Board’s Marine Accident Brief 21/19, released Tuesday.
The lack of accurate tow size information and two pilots’ insufficient radio communication led to a fatal collision between two towing vessels in the Lower Mississippi River near Destrehan, Louisiana, according to a NTSB.
A bridge team’s lack of effective monitoring of their position while at anchor led to a cargo ship colliding with an anchored bulk carrier and striking a chemical dock on the Lower Mississippi River near New Orleans, according to a National Transportation Safety Board Marine Accident Brief released Thursday.
The National Transportation Safety Board issued seven safety recommendations Tuesday during a public board meeting held to determine the probable cause of the fatal, Dec. 31, 2019, the sinking of the fishing vessel Scandies Rose.
The National Transportation Safety Board found Tuesday that an improperly loaded barge resulted in the loss of 21 cargo containers into the ocean off the coast of Hawaii last year.
NTSB found that the erratic steering of a supply vessel led to a 2019 collision resulting in more than 6,000 gallons of diesel oil being dumped into the Sabine Pass, a busy waterway between Texas and Louisiana.
NTSB issued Marine Accident Brief 20/37 Tuesday for its investigation of the Sept. 23, 2019, accident involving the tugboat G.M. McAllister and the NGL Energy Partners wharf on the Southern Branch of the Elizabeth River, near Chesapeake, Virginia.