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July 16, 1989 | From Associated Press
A Chevron tanker carrying 16.5 million gallons of crude oil ran aground 10 miles south of here, but there was no oil leakage or damage to the vessel's hull, a Coast Guard spokesman said Saturday. The 785-foot tanker R. Hal Dean became stuck in mud Friday evening and was refloated by Saturday morning with the help of five tugboats, a spokesman said. Some of the oil was removed to help refloat the tanker, officials said.
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July 16, 1989 | From Associated Press
A Chevron tanker carrying 16.5 million gallons of crude oil ran aground 10 miles south of here, but there was no oil leakage or damage to the vessel's hull, a Coast Guard spokesman said Saturday. The 785-foot tanker R. Hal Dean became stuck in mud Friday evening and was refloated by Saturday morning with the help of five tugboats, a spokesman said. Some of the oil was removed to help refloat the tanker, officials said.
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