Ghost Ship Runs Aground On Florida’s Gulf Coast On Wednesday

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Some people on Florida’s Gulf Coast who went for a stroll along the beach early Wednesday morning were met by an eerie sight: a ghost ship run aground on the shores of St. Andrews State Park. ((Greg Burnett/Osprey Charters Inc.)

(FOX NEWS) – Some people on Florida’s Gulf Coast who went for a stroll along the beach early Wednesday morning were met by an eerie sight: a ghost ship run aground on the shores of St. Andrews State Park.

No, the undead crew of the legendary Flying Dutchman did not decide to make a trip the bars at the nearby Spring Break hotspot of Panama City.

Instead, an empty hopper barge that was being towed by another boat broke loose of its cables and was carried on the waves before being grounded near a rock jetty along the Gulf of Mexico, the U.S. Coast Guard reported.

The barge, which was used to transport scrap metal, was empty and did not contain any hazardous materials.

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