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Boat Gets Stuck in Ocean Pines Tunnel

Posted: May 02, 2018 7:39 AM Updated:
(Photo credit: Ocean Pines Police Department) (Photo credit: Ocean Pines Police Department)

OCEAN PINES, Md.- Ocean Pines police are reminding drivers that traffic signs are there for a reason.

One driver in the Worcester County community found this out the hard way on Tuesday. 

Police said the driver was towing a boat and went through a 10-foot-tall tunnel when it got stuck. 

The department posted to its Facebook page three photos of the incident, which showed the damaged boat. The accompanying caption read, "Here's a friendly reminder why you should heed traffic signs." 

There were no reported injuries, police said. 

(Photo credit: Ocean Pines Police Department)

 

(Photo credit: Ocean Pines Police Department)
(Photo credit: Ocean Pines Police Department)
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