Jamestown-Scotland Ferry experiencing issues

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The Jamestown-Scotland Ferry is running at a reduced capacity Wednesday morning, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation.

At one point in the morning, VDOT reported that all ferries were down.

VDOT tells News 3 one of the ferries — the Williamsburg, had a throttle issue and broke down while transporting 12 vehicles.

The ferry Virginia was assisting the ferry Williamsburg, but is now running its route again.

The ferry Surry is running with no issues.

The ferry Pocahontas is out for maintenance.

 

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