Shell Drill Ship Still Floats Off Alaskan Coast

The U.S. Coast Guard delivered an emergency towing system via helicopter to the salvage team on the deck of the Kulluk drilling ship on Wednesday (January 2). The runaway oil rig ran aground in Alaska on New Year's Eve dragging two vessels trying to control it more than 10 miles (16 kilometers) toward shore in just over an hour before the crews cut it loose to save themselves in "near hurricane" conditions.

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