Duck Boats Resume In Delaware River After Fatal CrashAmphibious duck boat tours resumed Thursday on the Delaware River in Philadelphia nine months after a deadly collision with a tugboat-steered barge forced them from the water.
Ducks Boat Tours Resume Delaware River SerivceFor the first time since a deadly accident last summer, officials with “Ride the Ducks” Philadelphia demonstrated the changes they’ve made to their land and water tours.
Duck Boat, Tug Owners Seek To Limit Liability In Fatal Accident With 1851 LawAttorneys for two companies being sued over last summer's "duck boat" accident on the Delaware River are leaning on an 1851 law to limit their legal and financial liability in the mishap that killed two Hungarian tourists.
NTSB Reveals New Details Of Its Probe Into Fatal Duck Boat Crash On Delaware RiverAn NTSB report says the first mate says he had learned that day of a medical emergency involving his son and had been making and receiving cell phone calls preceding the crash.
City Of Philadelphia Scuttles Duck Boat ToursMayor Michael Nutter says the idea of putting duck boats on the Schuylkill River simply does not float. The Nutter administration announced Tuesday that it is rejecting a plan to allow the amphibious tour vehicles on the Schuylkill.
Duck Tour Operator Promotes Schuylkill Venue Despite Lack of City OKThe duck boat tours were suspended following last summer's deadly collision on the Delaware River involving a duck boat and a barge.
Residents Voice Duck Boat ConcernsPhiladelphia's managing director got an earful last night when he met with residents about a plan that could put Duck Boats in the Schuylkill.
City Will Open Bidding For Duck Boats On Schuylkill River“What we're looking for is the best possible solution for the city of Philadelphia,” says Philadelphia managing director Rich Negrin.

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