Coast Guard establishes safety zone in Port of Duluth-Superior

The Coast Guard Captain of the Port established a safety zone in the Port of Duluth-Superior April 26, 2018. The safety zone was established in response to the Husky Refinery fire to protect personnel and vessels from possible air quality hazards.(U.S. Coast Guard illustration)

The Coast Guard Captain of the Port established a safety zone in the Port of Duluth-Superior April 26, 2018. The safety zone was established in response to the Husky Refinery fire to protect personnel and vessels from possible air quality hazards.(U.S. Coast Guard illustration)

CLEVELAND — The Coast Guard Captain of the Port has established a safety zone in the Port of Duluth-Superior, Thursday, in response to the Husky Refinery fire to protect personnel and vessels from possible air quality hazards.

All vessels are prohibited from entering, transiting or anchoring within the safety zone.

The safety zone includes all waters from buoy gated pair “3” and “4” in the vicinity of Barker’s Island southeast through the harbor. This includes the Superior entry and Allouez Bay.

Vessels impacted may contact the Captain of the Port’s representative on VHF-FM Channel 16.

The Coast Guard is monitoring the situation and in contact with federal, state and local partners.

The Coast Guard Captain of the Port established a safety zone in the Port of Duluth-Superior April 26, 2018. The safety zone was established in response to the Husky Refinery fire to protect personnel and vessels from possible air quality hazards.(U.S. Coast Guard illustration)

The Coast Guard Captain of the Port established a safety zone in the Port of Duluth-Superior April 26, 2018. The safety zone was established in response to the Husky Refinery fire to protect personnel and vessels from possible air quality hazards.(U.S. Coast Guard illustration)

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