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M/V Cosco Busan

San Francisco Bay, CA | 2007-Nov-07

Initial Notification: The container ship M/V Cosco Busan struck the Bay Bridge in San Francisco Bay, CA at 08:30 PST 7NOV07. An approximate 100' gash in the hull of the vessel resulted, and 58,000 gal of fuel oil (IFO 380) was released into the water. An Incident Command Post is located at Treasure Island, on-water cleanup activities have largely concluded, shoreline assessment teams continue to survey oiling conditions, and shoreline cleanup is well underway across the affected area. Many oiled and closed beaches have been cleaned and re-opened.

Incident Details
Primary threat:Oil
Products of concern:IFO380
Total amount at risk of spill: 58000 gallons
Latitude (approximate): 37° 48.03′ North
Longitude (approximate): 122° 22.32′ West
On-Water Recovery: Applied
Shoreline Cleanup: Applied
Dispersants: Unknown/Not applicable
In-Situ Burn: Unknown/Not applicable
Bioremediation: Unknown/Not applicable
Public Information and Incident-Related Links

Currents for S.F. Bay and the coastal waters computed from HF-Radar:

For more information on this incident, please contact the Unified Command Joint Information Center at 510-772-8865.