The partially submerged 1963 Fairliner owned by Dave Ladomirako is surrounded by oil and gas containment materials Monday at the docks of the boat launch in the east end of Kennewick’s Columbia Park. A local marine service helped re-float and move the damaged vessel off the rock levee of the Pasco shoreline over the weekend. Ladomirako apparently didn’t have a trailer to haul away the 28-foot boat damaged by ice a week ago.
The partially submerged 1963 Fairliner owned by Dave Ladomirako is surrounded by oil and gas containment materials Monday at the docks of the boat launch in the east end of Kennewick’s Columbia Park. A local marine service helped re-float and move the damaged vessel off the rock levee of the Pasco shoreline over the weekend. Ladomirako apparently didn’t have a trailer to haul away the 28-foot boat damaged by ice a week ago. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
The partially submerged 1963 Fairliner owned by Dave Ladomirako is surrounded by oil and gas containment materials Monday at the docks of the boat launch in the east end of Kennewick’s Columbia Park. A local marine service helped re-float and move the damaged vessel off the rock levee of the Pasco shoreline over the weekend. Ladomirako apparently didn’t have a trailer to haul away the 28-foot boat damaged by ice a week ago. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Damaged boat moved to Columbia Park boat launch

February 13, 2017 03:53 PM

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