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Story Created: Nov 18, 2008
Story Updated: Nov 18, 2008
Crews worked to contain an oil spill Tuesday afternoon after a crane carrying a 25-foot yacht crashed into the river near Skipper Bud's Marina.
As much as 90 gallons of diesel fuel and 160 gallons of oil spilled into the river. Most of it has been contained, and the U.S. Coast guard said the area should be completely cleaned by late Tuesday or early Wednesday.
Investigators are still trying to determine precisely what caused the crash.
I like the "near Skipper Bud's Marina." I will nose around, there is nothing near Skipper Bud's that would not be another named marina. Developing ...
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