Foss Maritime http://wkms.org en NTSB Issues Findings in Eggners Ferry Bridge Crash http://wkms.org/post/ntsb-issues-findings-eggners-ferry-bridge-crash <p>The National Transportation Safety Board says the January 2012 allision between the cargo ship the Delta Mariner and the Eggners Ferry Bridge resulted from poor bridge span lighting and crew inattention to available navigational tools. The ship sheared off a 300 foot span of the bridge that crosses Kentucky Lake. No one was injured.&nbsp;</p> Tue, 14 May 2013 21:18:38 +0000 Chad Lampe 31645 at http://wkms.org NTSB Issues Findings in Eggners Ferry Bridge Crash Contractors to Remove and Sell or Recycle Bridge Debris http://wkms.org/post/contractors-remove-and-sell-or-recycle-bridge-debris <p> Contractors are removing debris from the Eggners Ferry Bridge crash site. Accident debris has remained at the bottom of Kentucky Lake since January, when the cargo ship Delta Mariner rammed the bridge, knocking out one section. Delta Mariner owner Foss Maritime has hired contractors to pull pieces of steel and concrete from the lake bed and transport it to Bailey Port, Inc., in Calvert City. Thu, 25 Oct 2012 17:23:20 +0000 Angela Hatton 23718 at http://wkms.org Contractors to Remove and Sell or Recycle Bridge Debris Bridge Debris Removal Begins at Eggners Ferry Crash Site http://wkms.org/post/bridge-debris-removal-begins-eggners-ferry-crash-site <p>A salvage contractor plans to begin removing debris tomorrow from around the Eggners Ferry Bridge crash site. U. S. Coast Guard spokesman Lt. Jason Franz says equipment moved into place last night, and staging continues today. Motor vessel Delta Mariner smashed into the bridge earlier this year, splitting one section. Franz says accident debris has remained at the bottom of Kentucky Lake since then. Tue, 23 Oct 2012 17:18:10 +0000 Angela Hatton 23597 at http://wkms.org Bridge Debris Removal Begins at Eggners Ferry Crash Site