Coast Guard to Sink Japanese Ghost Ship

The U.S. Coast Guard has a cutter at the scene and intends to sink the Japanese ghost ship floating off the Southeast Alaska coast this morning.   The shrimper Ryou-Un Maru was cut loose a year ago in the tsunami and drifted un-manned across the Pacific . The cutter Anacapa arrived on scene last night, equipped with weaponry:

Listen for Full Story


Previous articleHouse Finance Subcommittee Chair Mia Costello Holding Up Senate Bill to Continue Film Tax Credits
Next articleHouse Accepts Naturally Occurring Asbestos
Matt Lichtenstein is a reporter at KFSK in Petersburg.

No posts to display