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The Hudson River is no longer the commercial highway it once was but it’s still an important route for New York’s economy. To keep the river open for business in the freezing winter months, the Coast Guard runs its cutter boats up and down the river, opening a navigable track through the ice.

The Hudson River is no longer the commercial highway it once was but it’s still an important route for New York’s economy. To keep the river open for business in the freezing winter months, the Coast Guard runs its cutter boats up and down the river, opening a navigable track through the ice.

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