The 29 meter long, 150 gt fishing vessel Ann Marie ran aground near Berrhead England. The Ann Marie had suffered steering failure and ran up onto the rocks. The RNLI lifeboat from Torbay was dispatched to the scene and help pull the Ann Marie free on the rising tide. No reports of injuries. Reports state the trawler was able to safely berth in Brixham.
The tug Anne Marie sank at its mooring on the Saginaw River and partially covered by ice. The vessel had 2500 gallons of diesel fuel onboard. Reports state that some pollution was released, but an oil boom was in place to contain fuel or oil released. The cause of the sinking was not reported.