I was able to meet her in Norfolk at the dock
and help with preparing her for unloading. What an experience!
The short of the story is that she was supposed to be unloaded by 9 p.m. but wasn't until 4 a.m. After removing 45 containers, the first or three top covers was lifted and just at the edge of the ship the crane broke and the top free wheeled to the top of the few remaining containers and landed with a huge crash. It was hanging about 20% over the side. I think it was about a 40 foot drop to the containers it landed on. My boat would have been the 6th or 7th item from the first lid.
They used another crane to lift
A few pictures.
I was S*&%^&g bricks the whole time.