A 51,000-tonne cargo ship that has been stranded in the Solent since the new year is finally being towed back to Southampton.
The Hoegh Osaka was deliberately run aground on a sandbank between Southampton and the Isle of Wight on January 3rd when crew realised it was in trouble.
Previous efforts to re-float the ship had to be abandoned when salvage experts discovered the vessel had taken on more water than thought.
ITV News Correspondent Rupert Evelyn reports:
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