Tsunami waves swept away houses and cars in northern Japan and pushed ships aground.
The crabsdied shortly thereafter, possibly because the water in the area waspolluted by a cargo ship that ran aground.
The Navy is another target, for coral wrecked when the U.S.S. Port Royal ran aground.
At this point, however, I’m optimistic that this initiative will also run aground on popular disapproval.
If a ship goes aground, the commander faces an almost certain inquiry and disciplinary measures from which his career is unlikely to quickly recover.
Italian coast guards earlier today rescued all 528 passengers from a boat that ran aground as it was approaching the port of Lampedusa in the night.
Men clean up engine fuel from a refrigerator ship that ran aground near Algeciras, southern Spain, in 2007.
The icebergs then ran aground, melted and dropped their rocky burdens on the seabed, where subsequent uplift raised them above the waves.
As the global system for agriculture ran aground, the World Trade Organization drifted into dangerous waters.
And the state plans to sue the Navy over coral ruined when a guided missile cruiser ran aground near Pearl Harbor in February.