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Cargo ship runs aground in Miami after losing propulsion

Coast Guard works to free 203-foot Panamanian cargo ship

A view from Sky 10 shows the 203-foot Panamanian cargo ship, named the "Betty K Line," stuck in the water after it ran aground in Miami.
A view from Sky 10 shows the 203-foot Panamanian cargo ship, named the "Betty K Line," stuck in the water after it ran aground in Miami.

MIAMI – A Panamanian cargo ship ran aground Thursday afternoon in Miami.

The U.S. Coast Guard said the 203-foot cargo ship, named the Betty K Line, ran aground after losing propulsion while passing through Government Cut north of Fisher Island.

A view from Sky 10 showed that the ship was still stuck in the water Friday morning.

No injuries were reported.

The Coast Guard is working to free the ship.