Capt. John Henry and his crew of more than a dozen guided the 140-foot Bristol Bay through the icy waters of the river, which connects Lakes Huron and St. Clair.
The company says the facility would be safe and wouldn’t leak. Opponents say there’s no way to guarantee that for the thousands of years that the waste would remain radioactive.
Pollack says if changes aren’t made — this problem that we’re seeing in Lake Erie, will happen over and over again.
Detroit water officials say there are no concerns with the water that comes from Lake Huron.
Water levels in Lakes Michigan, Huron and Superior are at least a foot higher than they were a year ago.
“We find out tomorrow that we shouldn’t have been in the lake today. That’s unacceptable,” said State Rep. Anthony Forlini, R-Harrison Township.
Five U.S. and three Canadian vessels worked to clear paths on Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence Seaway, the Detroit and St. Clair rivers, and southern Lake Huron.
A Great Lakes shipwreck hunter says he and his crew have found the wreck of a wooden steamer that sank in 1861 in Lake Huron.
Debbie Stabenow and Carl Levin are asking Secretary of State John Kerry to intervene in a Canadian plan to store nuclear waste near Lake Huron.
A 20-foot vessel with two adults and two kids aboard lost power and started drifting.