Eagle Tribune: Captains of commercial crafts navigating the Merrimack River should be on the lookout for dozens on wooden planks that were blown into the water sometime during last week’s powerful nor’easter.

The 4’ wide by 12’ long planks, called crane mats, are owned by HK & S Construction, the company working with the Army Corps of Engineers to repair the river’s south jetty.

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