On January 17, 2016, about 1631, the 390-foot-long cargo vessel Manizales collided with the 623-foot-long bulk carrier Zen-Noh Grain Pegasus on the Mississippi River at mile marker (mm) 153 near Hester, Louisiana. Before the collision, the Manizales had anchored in the Belmont Anchorage just upriver from the Zen-Noh Grain Pegasus. Within 30 minutes of dropping both of its anchors, the cargo vessel’s anchors dragged. The Manizales drifted downriver toward the bulk carrier and became entangled in the larger ship’s port and starboard anchor chains. The Manizales incurred over $2.2 million in damages from the collision, and the Zen-Noh Grain Pegasus lost its starboard anchor. No pollution or injuries were reported.