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Ship to shore

Published March 05. 2013 4:00AM
Arnulfo Franco/AP Photo
A cargo ship sits tilted during heavy winds Monday in the Atlantic Ocean near the city of Colon, Panama. Strong winds and waves triggered by a cold front from the north grounded several ships, blew roofs off homes and made fishermen return to port. No one has been injured, according to authorities.

A cargo ship sits tilted during heavy winds Monday in the Atlantic Ocean near the city of Colon, Panama.  Strong winds and waves triggered by a cold front from the north grounded several ships, blew roofs off homes and made fishermen return to port. No one has been injured, according to authorities.

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