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Golden Ray Salvage 1st Section Cut: 11/29/2020


published on 1 December 2020 121 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "goldenstrings". Recorded on 2020-11-29.
They finally completed cutting the 1st section (the bow) and transported it via barge to Brunswick Ga. The Golden Ray (a vehicle ship) capsized on 9/8/2019 and is being cut and dismantled to remove it from St Simons Channel, St Simons Island Ga. Thanks for watching and don't forget to subscribe for more videos.
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