High Surf Pounds New Carissa

Rough seas pounded New Carissa today

Just off the coast of Southern Oregon the remains of the shipwreck, New Carissa, were battered by rough seas and high waves today.

A lot of folks think that because so much of the ship is gone, that the battle is over. Not so. The men of Titan Salvage must now be changed by the sea and the ever-increasing angle the wreck is on.

The most dangerous days of this salvage job are yet to come.

Gene LaRochelle

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coosgene1 says ... on Saturday, Aug 23 at 2:04 AM

I think I meant "challenged" by the sea...... I'm not sure that makes any more sense but I hope you know what I was getting at. Gene L.

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