Ferry Crashes in Lower Manhattan

A rush hour commuter ferry with more than 300 passengers aboard crashed Wednesday as it approached a Wall Street pier, injuring as many as 50 people, authorities said.

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An injured passenger of the Seastreak Wall Street ferry is aided by New York City firefighters The ferry from Atlantic Highlands, N.J., banged into the mooring as it arrived at South Street in lower Manhattan during the morning rush hour, injuring more than 70 people on Wednesday, Jan. 9.
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New York City firefighters remove an injured passenger of the Seastreak Wall Street ferry. The ferry from Atlantic Highlands, N.J., banged into the mooring as it arrived at South Street in lower Manhattan during the morning rush hour, injuring more than 50 people.
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Map of Seastreak ferry from New Jersey to Manhattan.
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Sheldon Dutes
South Street is blocked off by emergency vehicles near the scene of a ferry crash in lower Manhattan.
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Sheldon Dutes
The Seastreak ferry crashed Wednesday morning into Pier 11 in Manhattan.
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View of the ferry from Chopper 4.
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Brynn Gingras
A ferry rider is carried out on a stretcher.
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A wide shot of the damage to the Seastreak ferry in Manhattan.
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The ferry from Atlantic Highlands, N.J., banged into the mooring as it arrived at South Street in lower Manhattan during the morning rush.
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Chopper 4 captures aerials of the triage center as emergency personnel assist victims of the ferry crash.
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Brynn Gingras
A ferry rider is brought up to a fire department bus in lower Manhattan.
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A hole is torn near the bow of the Seastreak Wall Street ferry after it banged into the mooring as it arrived at a pier in New York's financial district Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013. Police and fire officials say 30 to 50 people were injured when the ferry struck a dock during the morning rush hour. (AP Photo/Larry Neumeister)
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Injured passengers of the Seastreak Wall Street ferry are assisted on the dock.
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