“Have you ever bit off more than you could chew? It would appear the Newark Bay crane barge did. It was joined by the Columbia crane barge for some heavy lifting. You can see the stern rising from the deep, then deposited on the Columbia. For the tuggy fans, the Columbia was delivered by the Cheyenne, who then went off to other things. The Sarah Ann is standing by.”
After dusk and shrouded in a thick fog bank, the tug Cheyenne pulled the barge Columbia upriver. The Newark Bay resumed clanging and banging today, busting apart the remaining portion of the sunken barge into smaller chunks.