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First portion of Golden Ray taken away


published on 1 December 2020 232 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "News4JAX".
After more than three weeks of cutting, the first chunk of the capsized Golden Ray has been lifted and set on a barge to be recycled. News4JAX reporter Zac Lashway is speaks with a Saint Simons resident about what the process is like for those living on the water.
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