The 781 ton fishing vessel Kamchatskiy reported it was disabled in the Sea of Okhotsk. The Kamchatskiy accidently ran over the nets causing the propeller to be entangled. The fishing vessel is still able to maneuver, but limited to a low speed. The salvage tug Spravediviy has been sent to assist the fishing vessel.
The 150 foot towboat Thruston B. Morton was pushing 8 barges loaded with dry cargo down the Ohio River when it veered off course causing 2 barges to break free. The barges floated downriver until they allided with the Shawneetown Bridge which connects Old Shawneetown, Illinois with Kentucky. The bridge was closed until transportation officals could do an inspection. Officals reopen the bridge later after finding no signs of structural damage. Coast Guard stated that high water and strong current caused the vessel to veer off course.
The ferry Mill Bay will be retired from service after it allided with the dock at Brentwood Bay, British Columbia. The allision left the ferry with a crack along the hull above the waterline. After inspection, the ferry repair required the part of the hull to be cut out and replaced. The ferry Mill Bay will be replaced by the ferry Klitsa which will continue service accross Saanich Inlet starting June 1.