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Fortunately there were no injuries.

Military.com

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No Injuries After Navy Ships Collide Off East Coast
5 Feb 2019
Military.com | By Hope Hodge Seck
A Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser and a dry cargo ship collided stern-to-stern during a resupply operation in the Atlantic off the southeastern coast of the U.S., the Navy announced Tuesday.
The cruiser Leyte Gulf and cargo ship Robert E. Peary "made contact" during an underway replenishment operation, Navy officials said in a release. No personnel were injured, and both ships were able to operate following the encounter.
The news of the collision was first reported by USNI News, which added that damage was minor and occurred at the waterline.
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