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Update Oct. 3, 2016

CBS12 update on removal of M/Y Time Out.

 

Original post Sept. 7, 2016:

M/Y Time Out, reported to be 72 feet long, was found grounded on the shore in the early hours of the morning near Palm Beach Inlet, according to Palm Beach television station WPTV.

Towboat U.S. Palm Beach/Jupiter is said to be responding to the scene.

The news report stated that the U.S. Coast Guard received a report of the grounding after 2 a.m. and that no injuries were reported. Thomas Henry Baker, 63, of Belle Isle, Fla., was charged with boating under the influence.

To see video of the yacht aground, click here.

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