A big barge broke loose from a tugboat and washed ashore Thursday morning on Singer Island.
The U.S. Coast Guard says that it was notified around 5 a.m. about the barge.
The Coast Guard said there are injuries, and no pollution has been caused from the beached barge.
A representative with Sea Tow said they believe the barge is empty, so the main concern is a nearby natural reef.
Both tourists and locals were taking pictures of the barge throughout the day.
“We heard about it this morning at breakfast," said Susie Redmond, a visitor staying at a nearby hotel.
Crews decided to wait until high tide to begin resetting the lines.
The barge was hauled back into the water around 3 p.m.
The vessel, named the Baymaster IV, is based out of the Port of Coeymans in upstate New York.