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Sunday, May 26, 2013
Local WWII wreck on pollution list
NOAA report cites oil tanker Joseph M. Cudahy, off Key West, as high risk

Old sunken ships can be beneficial to the environment and economy, as the wrecks provide habitat for marine life and draw scuba divers.

There have been several old ships intentionally sunk in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary in the past 10 years to serve as artificial reefs. However, those wrecks were scrubbed and cleaned, with all toxic and hazardous materials rem...

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