The Carnival Triumph - towed to a Mobile, Alabama shipyard after a February fire left it adrift in the middle of a cruise - is in more trouble.
FOX News Radio's Chris Hoenig has details:
Sudden high winds at the BAE Systems shipyard set the Triumph loose again.
(Lt. Clausen) "Carnival Triumph parted its moorings, went across the Mobile River. When it went across, it hit a BAE drydock and suffered a gash towards its stern."
Drifting into an Army Corps of Engineers vessel before being brought under control by tugs. Two shipyard workers ended up in the water. Coast Guard Lt. Michael Clausen says one, a security officer, was recovered right away. The other was not.
(Lt. Clausen) "He does general shipyard work, which would include securing moorings for the Triumph and other ships."
A guard shack and 40 feet of dock also collapsing in the 70 mph winds.
Chris Hoenig, FOX News Radio.