Bulk carrier Greta Selmer ran aground on the river of St. Lawrence

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The Transportation Safety Board is going to collect more information and assess the accident. There were no injured people and no known ship damage or pollution.
The 292-metre long, 175181-dwt bulk freighter Greta Selmer ran aground on the St. Lawrence River near Sainte-Pétronille, Quebec, Canada.
“The vessel was refloated and after that was authorized by Transport Canada to proceed to Sept-Iles, where it is under anchor,” according to the spokesman for the Transportation Safety Board, Chris Krepski. This is where the TSB investigative team is going to meet the bulk carrier.
Chris Krepski also adds “there weren't any injured and there is no visible damage over the ship or any kind of pollution”.
At this point there isn't any information about the water conditions or levels at the time of the incident.
According to ship tracking records, the Greta Selmer bulk carrier was built in 2011, and it is 292-metre long and flies under the flag of the Marshall Islands.