Coast Guard responds to sunken vessel at Little Creek Marina

NORFOLK, Va. – Coast Guard and Norfolk Fire Rescue crews responded to a report of a sunken vessel at Little Creek Marina this morning.

Unified command established for Savannah fuel spill

SAVANNAH, Ga. – A unified command has been established and is continuing to respond Monday to approximately 6,500 gallons of diesel fuel released into the Savannah River by the motor vessel Liberty Sunday morning at the Ocean terminal.

Coast Guard responds to Savannah fuel spill

SAVANNAH, Ga. – Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Savannah personnel are responding to a fuel spill at the Ocean terminal in Savannah Sunday.

Stormy Weather Keeps Portland Coast Guard Busy

PORTLAND, Maine- The Coast Guard assisted multiple vessels in high winds, valued at more than one million dollars, in the local Portland area Thursday night.

Coast Guard responds to fuel spill near Adak

KODIAK, Alaska – Coast Guard Sector Anchorage personnel are responding to a report of a leaking underground diesel tank that has spilled into Sweeper Cove on Adak Island Monday.

U.S. Coast Guard responds to Kapolei fuel spill

HONOLULU — U.S. Coast Guard crews are responding to a reported fuel spill at the Phoenician Yard in the Campbell Industrial Park.

Coast Guard works to prevent pollution from grounded catamaran

OREGON INLET, N.C. – The Coast Guard continues to work with federal, state and local agencies to mitigate the potential for a fuel oil spill from the motor vessel Makayla & Noah aground at Pea Island Wildlife Refuge Friday.

Update on Coast Guard response to fuel spill near Wilmington, Del.

WILMINGTON, Del. – Coast Guard oil spill response personnel from Sector Delaware Bay in Philadelphia, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control and private sector spill clean-up contractors have completed the removal of all free floating oil in the water Monday of an estimated 6,000 gallon spill of #6 fuel oil released from the car carrier Honor, while it was moored...

Multi-agency response to fuel spill concludes

CHARLESTON, S.C. – The Coast Guard, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, and the North Charleston Fire Department concluded their clean-up efforts of the fuel tanker truck spill on Virginia Avenue in North Charleston Friday morning.