to connectVideoFox News Flash, important news, for Sept. 12
Fox News Flash, important news, for Sept. 12, are here. Check out what to click on Foxnews.com
Guests on a city tour, got to see what would happen if a ship collides with another ship.
A ship operated by Dutch Apple Cruises, served as a coast guard-owned barge on the Hudson River in the vicinity of Albany, N. Y., on Tuesday. The images captured by one or more of the passengers to leave the moment, to see that the ships are hit by a person on the ship, repeatedly saying: “it is not good, not good, not good” before the crash.
The Dutch Apple II was to go back to the link where the incident has taken place, the Times Union reported. No one was injured, but the Dutch Apple II, reportedly suffered minor damage.
The Coast Guard ordered the ship not to carry passengers until the cause of the crash would be investigated.
As a passenger on a cruise ship and captured footage of the incident and posted it on Twitter. She captioned it, “on Board the Dutch Apple Cruises-Troy Lock Sightseeing and Tour, and we’re just on the U. S. S. Slater. The captain was heard, stating, ” I lost the transmission.'”
THE FAMILY, IN ANTICIPATION OF THE ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISE ‘TRAPPED’ IN ITALY, AFTER THE ROOM HAD BEEN STOLEN
In a statement obtained by Fox News, a spokesman for the Dutch Apple Cruises, said: “We were instructed not to carry passengers to the U. s. Coast Guard was doing an inspection. This is a standard procedure in the event of an incident.”
CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER
“Our USCG inspection of the previous day, it was considered that there was an error with the transmission and the throttle, so the engine is out of gear, at the dock,” the statement continues.
“This, coupled with high winds caused the boat to be quick off the USS Slater. The U.S. coast guard also has to be considered as the Dutch Apple to be in perfect condition, no engine or transmission problems and the absence of structural damage. Only superficial damage was noted to the boards as doors, which had already been replaced. They also gave us permission to start the activity, etc.). We have all of the three cruises, and have since resumed normal operations.”
The Dutch Apple II was said to be ready to take the passengers to the Wednesday lunch.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FOX NEWS APP
The USS Slater, a decommissioned World War II destroyer that now serves as a museum. According to the Times-Union, was also opened to the public on Wednesday.