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Pickwick Boat Fire


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By Ray - Posted on 12 February 2010

The boat WAS a nice 42' 1986 Jefferson motor yacht ( Diesel, thank God ) and burned yesterday at Pickwick. A man in a fishing boat pulled it away from E dock. No one was hurt.

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