The boom truck that went boom

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Published on March 26, 2013

Tony O'Neill's hat floats in the water after his narrow escape.

Published on March 26, 2013

Pointing out the damage from the crane to volunteer firefighter Jonathan Riley.

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Firefighters pour floor-dry to absorb some leaking oil.

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Firefighter Brady Stevenson shovels floor-dry as Drew MacLean surveys the damage.

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The captain of the Digby Challenger looks on as crowds gather.

Published on March 26, 2013

Fishermen take the opportunity to pose with the fallen boom truck.

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Readying the winch on the tow truck to haul the boom back from the brink.

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The crew of the Digby Challenger passes time on board while emergency personnel work on the wharf.

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Tony O'Neill is lucky to be alive after jumping from the truck as it fell.

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The fallen boom truck is a sight to behold.

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Debris from the crash bobbing in the water.

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The Digby Challenger pulls around to give a hand.

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Assessing how to approach the rigging.

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This A-frame is what ultimately saved the Digby Challenger from disaster.

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The scallop gear had to be cut from the crane before the truck could be righted.

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