Workers prepare to pull a section of damaged boat docks to shore Friday for demolition. The floating structure at the Pasco Basin was damaged this winter when it was overloaded with ice and snow. Workers are first cutting it into sections about 25 feet long before moving it towards excavators stationed on shore for dismantling. Some materials are being recycled.
Workers prepare to pull a section of damaged boat docks to shore Friday for demolition. The floating structure at the Pasco Basin was damaged this winter when it was overloaded with ice and snow. Workers are first cutting it into sections about 25 feet long before moving it towards excavators stationed on shore for dismantling. Some materials are being recycled. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Workers prepare to pull a section of damaged boat docks to shore Friday for demolition. The floating structure at the Pasco Basin was damaged this winter when it was overloaded with ice and snow. Workers are first cutting it into sections about 25 feet long before moving it towards excavators stationed on shore for dismantling. Some materials are being recycled. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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