GREEN BAY, WI (CBSDFW.COM) – A bad Sunday afternoon for a boater in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The unidentified man’s boat was crushed by a ‘bulk carrier’ shortly before the large ship hit a bridge in that city.

The man was filming the incident at the time. He could be heard saying, “It’s actually closer to my boat than I thought.” A short time later, crunching could be heard on the video as the vessel pushed the smaller boat into the dock.

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According to WBAY-TV no one was hurt in the incident.

The vessel – known as the Kaye E. Barker — is owned by the Interlake Steamship Company and was built in 1952.

Green Bay police report that the Main St. Bridge has been reopened.

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Kaye E. Barker was built by the American Shipbuilding Company in Toledo.

It was originally named Edward B Greene and was the flagship of the Cleveland-Cliffs Steamship Company fleet.

The ship was lengthened with the addition of a 120-foot midbody section at Fraser Shipyards Inc, Superior Wisconsin, in 1976.

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Then in 1981, American Ship Building Company of Toledo converted her into a self-unloader.