On April 3, 2013, about 1328 local time, the cruise ship Carnival Triumph was moored and undergoing repairs at the BAE Systems shipyard in Mobile, Alabama, when the Port of Mobile experienced a period of high wind gusts. The vessel broke free from its moorings and drifted across the Mobile River, where it collided with the moored dredge Wheeler. A responding towing vessel, Noon Wednesday, became pinned between the cruise ship and the dredge. One shipyard employee died in the accident; another was injured. The total damage amount was estimated to be more than $2.9 million.