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Old 05 September 2013, 01:28   #1
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DC harbor patrol rib collision...doh!




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Old 05 September 2013, 01:29   #2
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Dang, no sound. Anyone have a better link?
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Old 05 September 2013, 01:44   #3
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Dang, no sound. Anyone have a better link?
Better:

And it inlcudes the cop yelling afterwards
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Old 05 September 2013, 12:56   #4
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Does it appear that it was the prop(s) that did that damage?
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based on the regular diagonal slashes it would be a good guess as to prop damage. Of course that could also be fracturing based on the direction of the fiberglass cloth...
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It was mechanical failure; loose nut behind the wheel...
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We've always known there was I time difference in the US, and as a result you lot were always following behind the rest of the world ;-) but 3 days behind!!!

How not to helm a police boat ;)
Police Rib Sinks Boat!
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The time difference varies from person to person. I'm at least 3 days behind.
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We've always known there was I time difference in the US, and as a result you lot were always following behind the rest of the world ;-) but 3 days behind!!!

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Police Rib Sinks Boat!
Nah, we just wanted out own thread in the North American Forum.
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