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Those Who Serve: Columbia River bar pilots risk their lives to guide cargo ships


published on 5 April 2020 675 -

Found on YouTube. Created by KGW News. (08/02/2019)
Columbia River Bar Pilots risk their lives every day and night to keep cargo ships moving across the dangerous Columbia River Bar. They work in any weather and help protect the environment by making sure the big ships do not crash on their way in or out of the river.

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