Houston: LPG tanker’s speed a factor in 2019 LPG collision with Kirby tank barge

Apr 01 2021


The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has issued its report on the May 10, 2019, incident in which the LPG carrier Genesis River collided with a 297 foot long tank barge being pushed ahead by the 69 foot long Kirby Inland Marine towing vessel Voyager.

 

 

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