Cargo ship with 2,500 tons of steel bars runs aground in Yangtze River

16:53, May 03, 2011      

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A cargo ship run aground (C) is seen at the Chongqing section of Yangtze River in the southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, May 3, 2011. A cargo ship with 2,500 tons of steel bars went aground at 4 a.m. here on Tuesday while the rescue operation to free the ship was still under way. (Xinhua/Chen Cheng)


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