What a time to be alive!
How it started:
How it ended:
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Here was the nation of Denmark boasting about the ship and featuring one of its female crew members:
Okay, okay: Despite how much fun it is to poke fun at women's very, very good driving skills that you should never laugh at ever, it wasn't the ladies' fault this time:
The "Danmark" was being tugged by a smaller boat when it smashed into some wood pilings a few minutes after 11 a.m., officials said.
The tugboat then pulled the Danmark into the U.S. Minneapolis-St. Paul, according to authorities.
Basically, the two tug boats that were helping to pull the Danmark away from the dock pulled the ship into the Minneapolis-St. Paul.
(I wonder who the pilots of the tugboats were...)
Also, the Danmark doesn't just train women, so I'm not sure how many of its crew are actually ladies at the moment.
Anyway, I'm glad there were no injuries or serious damage reported.
The Danmark has been in commission since 1933. She stopped in Baltimore back in 1939 on the same time that Nazi Germany invaded Denmark, forcing her to remain in U.S. waters to avoid capture. After Pearl Harbor, she helped the U.S. Coast Guard train cadets in Connecticut for WWII.
It would have been sad to see that history lost!
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