Tugboat hits Bligh Reef
Coast Guard probes collision with infamous rock; Alaska oil tankers delayed
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A tugboat used to help manage oil tankers at Valdez ran aground two days before Christmas, spilling diesel fuel into Prince William Sound and mildly disrupting Alaska crude shipments.
The mishap has generated huge publicity due in large part to where it occurred — at Bligh Reef, the same water hazar....
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