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Sailboat gets stuck under Route 35 bridge - Asbury Park Press
by NewsReader 07-13-2013



Sailboat gets stuck under Route 35 bridge
Asbury Park Press
The sailboat sustained damage to the mast, which was visibly cracked and bent. Police said no damage was done to the bridge and no one was injured. Police said the sailboat was not blocking boat traffic and could to move itself once the tide was low ...




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