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Rookie of the Year award just the beginning for De Liaño, Maroons

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Ship runs aground

first_imgJUNEAU, Alaska – When Linda Starn was jolted awake early Monday, she thought an earthquake had struck. It took the woman from Apple Valley, Calif., a second to realize where she was. She was in Alaska, on a cruise, and her ship had just run aground in the middle of the night. Starn and the other passengers were told to don life vests and gather in the ballroom, where they waited to be rescued. They sang “oldies but goodies” with a piano player and singer – one of the tunes was “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” – as the ship slowly listed to one side. “It looked like a really bad remake of the `Titanic,”‘ Starn said. Starn and her husband, Jack, were on their first-ever cruise when the Empress of the North, a riverboat-style cruise ship, hit a rock in Alaska’s Inside Passage, forcing the evacuation of more than 200 passengers. Starn said that she was terrified at first, but that the rescue went smoothly. “No one got excited. No one panicked,” Starn said. The Empress of the North had 206 passengers and 75 crew members aboard when it sent out an emergency radio message around 2 a.m., the Coast Guard said. When Coast Guard helicopters reached the area, the vessel was listing at the southern end of Icy Strait, about 50 miles southwest of Juneau, and it began taking on water, the Coast Guard said. As the ship’s pumps worked to remove the water, the passengers were transferred to other boats in the area and then to an Alaska state ferry to be taken to Juneau. “It couldn’t have been better orchestrated, the way things fell into place,” said Petty Officer Barry Lane. The Empress of the North floated free of the rock during the evacuation, and the crew was able to stabilize the ship, said the Coast Guard. State officials said the hull sustained significant damage. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img