Windy, stormy weather puts clean up operations on hold for sunken B.C. tug

BELLA BELLA, B.C. — Stormy weather has paused the operation to remove thousands of litres of diesel from a sunken tug off British Columbia"s central coast.

Salvage crews have recovered more than 88,000 of the estimated 200,000 litres of fuel from the Nathan E. Stewart, which ran aground and sank last week in Seaforth Channel, about 20 kilometres west of Bella Bella.

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