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The Royal Dutch Shell icebreaker, Fennica, has left Portland after undergoing repairs at a local dry dock, but it wasn’t an easy task.
The Fennica moved north along the Willamette River Thursday, but turned back to the Vigor Shipyards after reaching protesters at the St. Johns Bridge.
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