Cleanup continues after barge sinks in Chicago River

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Crews worked overnight to recover a barge that partially sank in the Chicago River on Friday.

For now, it's still there, just north of the Randolph Street bridge.

The barge is full of clay meant to be used on the river walk expansion.

A crane was used to remove the clay so that they could re-float the sinking barge.

Boat traffic on the river has been limited since Saturday night.