Two aging vessels abandoned by Cuban migrants lie aground in the shallows of the Marquesas Keys. A $61,200 project spearheaded by Monroe County is underway to remove up to 32 of the refugee boats that pose pollution risk to the protected islands west of Key West.
Two aging vessels abandoned by Cuban migrants lie aground in the shallows of the Marquesas Keys. A $61,200 project spearheaded by Monroe County is underway to remove up to 32 of the refugee boats that pose pollution risk to the protected islands west of Key West. FWC photo
Two aging vessels abandoned by Cuban migrants lie aground in the shallows of the Marquesas Keys. A $61,200 project spearheaded by Monroe County is underway to remove up to 32 of the refugee boats that pose pollution risk to the protected islands west of Key West. FWC photo

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March 18, 2017 9:34 AM

Crews race to remove Marquesas derelict vessels

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