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Workers scramble to save partially submerged sailboat - WFTV Orlando
by NewsReader 02-22-2013



Workers scramble to save partially submerged sailboat
WFTV Orlando
Workers scrambled Friday to save a sailboat that was partially submerged near the Ponce Inlet. WFTV has learned the 42-foot boat, with two people aboard, ran aground during low tide in the Halifax River, just south of the inlet, and began taking on water.




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