LINK: Sinking of the Hailey Glasrud Reef

Ship was sunk Thursday, April 24, 2014

Published May 1, 2014

A compilation of the videos for a short 2-plus minute version of the above, aboard and below version of the sinking.

Cameras on the ship provided by Dave Sirak, MCAC Volunteer Technical Adviser


Ed Killer, Outdoors writer, Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers

Sam Wolfe, Videographer, TC Palm News

Steve Irwin, Island Marine Services

Kerry Dillon, Sea Rover Services

Wayne Turner, Underwater Video Technician


Scripps Treasure Coast Newspaper
Ed Killer, Friday, April 25, 2014
Scripps Treasure Coast Newspaper
Ed Killer, Thursday, April 24, 2014
Jana Eschbach, CBS 12 NEWS
Thursday, April 24, 2014
WPBF 25 NEWS AT NOON, Thursday, April 24, 2014
( actually, it's the 2nd largest)
The USS Rankin is the largest artificial reef in Martin County at 459 feet
James Wieland, WPTV Channel 5 News
Thursday, April 24, 2014

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Artificial Reef sunk in Martin County: The Hailey Glasrud

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Artificial reef sinking; 3,000 ton ship goes down to bring back the bite!
Story by Jana Eschbach / CBS 12 NEWS

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Ship sunk off Treasure Coast will provide food, shelter for sea creatures

WATCH HERE: WPBF Channel 25 News at Noon Reporting

WPBF 25 News cameras were rolling as an old ship was sunk about nine miles off shore from the St. Lucie Inlet on Thursday. The ship will eventually become an artificial reef, providing food and shelter for sea creatures and a destination for scuba divers.

Scripps Treasure Coast Newspaper
Ed Killer, November 5, 2013