Seacoast Online is reporting that an oil tanker called the Torm Mary struck the bottom of the Piscataqua River near the Irving Oil terminal in Portsmouth, NH. There were no injuries and no environmental risks have been reported at this time. They don't call them the cross-grained and wily waters of the Piscataqua for nothing. The vessel is moored at the Irving pier awaiting a thorough inspection of its hull by divers.
Here's a photo of the Irving Oil terminal that was taken when the pier was unoccupied:
The google map below shows the location of the Irving Oil terminal.
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I'll post a bit more later about the Irving Oil terminal and why it's so important to the greater Seacoast region of NH.